Davian Reynolds, a 16-year-old from Brooklyn, is a poised young man. He is joining the Family Life Behind Bars project as a columnist writing about his experiences growing up in the foster care system.
He attended several of the video training workshops offered by the project.
While he is quiet in person, he has a lot to share. Please watch this video in which he introduces himself:
The document Davian mentions, Children of Incarcerated Parents: A Bill of Rights, is attached in the previous link as a PDF. Just click on the link to download it.
SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS: What are some impressions you have formed about your incarcerated parent? And when you visit, how true is that impression compared to the real person?
[Use the comments feature below or call (646) 867-1891 to leave an audio message.]
If you are a child of someone who is incarcerated and you have a question for Davian, you have three options:
1) Post a question in the comments section below,
2) Send an email to email@example.com,
3) Call (646) 867-1891 to leave a message.
Davian also welcomes questions from others who might simply be interested in knowing more about how the life of children is affected when a parent is incarcerated.