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Experience the Journey to Self-Sufficiency: A Community Re-Entry Experience

Updated: Nov 28, 2023

St. Petersburg, FL — November 28, 2023


You are warmly invited to participate in a groundbreaking event hosted by Council Member Muhammad, Horizon Communities, PERC, The CDAT Center Inc and The Pinellas County Urban League. Join us for a unique re-entry simulation experience that promises to provide profound insights into the challenges faced by individuals striving for self-sufficiency after incarceration.

Event Details:

  • Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2023

  • Location: Center for Health Equity, 2333 34th Street South, St. Petersburg, FL


  • 12:00 PM - Lunch and Panel Discussion: Engage in a meaningful discussion about the issues surrounding re-entry and the criminal justice system over a complimentary lunch.

  • 2:00 PM - Re-Entry Simulation: Step into the shoes of an ex-offender and navigate through a series of tasks representing the challenges faced during the first month post-release.

Objective: This interactive simulation is meticulously designed to shed light on the journey toward self-sufficiency. Participants will encounter obstacles that can lead to feelings of helplessness and reduced self-confidence, mirroring the real-life struggles of those rebuilding their lives post-incarceration.

Simulation Highlights:

  • Four 15-minute sessions representing a week in the life of an ex-offender.

  • Experience the same challenges faced by individuals striving to meet court-mandated responsibilities while managing day-to-day existence.

  • Explore the crucial link between resilience and the likelihood of re-offending.

RSVP and Participation: To ensure your participation in this thought-provoking experience, kindly RSVP by December 8th at

Contact Information: For media inquiries, event details, or interviews, please contact: JC Pritchett III – 727-893-7117

Bro John Muhammad | 727-492-4776 | |

Join us on December 12th at the Center for Health Equity for a unique re-entry simulation experience. Together, let's foster understanding, resilience, and a more supportive community.

“We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” — From Letter from Birmingham Jail, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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