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TACKLE THE SHACKLES (TTS) is a National Coalition to bring about Better Second Chances and Reduce Prison Recidivism. The coalition also Promotes Criminal Justice and Prison Reform to ensure fairness in courtrooms, reasonable sentences, and that prison time is rehabilitative instead of punitive.
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Pain that Produces Purpose (P3)
A resource to assist the release of incarcerated individuals across the nation, Pain that Produces Purpose will empower returning citizens to thrive as they are taught by the stories of those who have already successfully reintegrated back into society after confinement. It will also be a vehicle to break the stigma currently associated with the formerly incarcerated, helping employers and communities to enthusiastically welcome their return. A TACKLE THE SHACKLES Collector’s Edition will be used at fundraising events and autographed by the NFL TTS Ambassadors.
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"Bringing Life back into the Community"
We envision, pray, and believe in a future in which those who have been incarcerated can encounter the grace and love of Christ, develop a passionate relationship with Him, and be set free spiritually as well as physically. We coach and prepare "Returning Citizens" to become leaders of their families, communities, and churches once they are released back into the community.
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THE TEAM BEHIND THE TACKLES
National Reentry Expert
Lee Robbins is a national reentry expert and Founder/CEO of Life Empowerment Enterprises, Inc., a Life Coaching and Certification Company. He is the 2019 Recipient of the National American Probation and Parole Association Spotlight Award. Lee is the former Community Coordinator for the Department of Community Supervision.
Ambassador & Lead Life Coach
George Jessel "Buddy" Curry is a former American college and professional football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League for eight seasons from 1980 to 1987.
Jason Wysong began serving in Prison Ministry & Reentry as a Mentor with C.R.J.M.A (Christian Restorative Justice Mentor Association) in 2015. Since then, he has served as a Mentor in 5 different Units & is the Founder & Volunteer Coordinator for one Unit in Texas. He currently serves as the Vice Chair on the Board of C.R.J.M.A.