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It's not about what the dad deserves. Its all about what the kids deserve. The children never murdered anyone never sold drugs. They are the innocent of the guilty
If your dad murdered somebody maybe he shouldn't be alive either and maybe you shouldn't have the right to see his kid it's too bad for the kid but why should we give the Father the right to see somebody if he's taking somebody else's life f*** that s***
@Care Bear well this must be an everyday occurrence in Detroit and Chicago where Dad's always in jail
@Tasty Cakes if I was one of the kids I would see a piece of s*** that doesn't deserve to be my father ... If I was old enough I wouldn't visit my father in jail if he did anything f*** that
Nope people like them shouldn't have kids then I guess
@Cain Silver but they are. Sin effects the next person whether we like it or not
Kudos to Amaya for being straight up with her dad and telling him those things. It hurts them both but it's valid and needed to be said. I'm 24 and still let my family hurt and disappoint me because I'm scared and they're all I've got, even if they're toxic
I’m sorry to hear that:(.
If Amaya is attending the same school with me, I am gonna help her because her father is in prison.
im 47 and still get hurt by my mother. her and my father divorced when i was a tiny baby and because i was like my pops she took it out on me. I ended up in a juvenile home until my dad could get custody of me. I forgave my mom only for my own heart. Im now a mom and nanna and i tell them every other week i love them....
Better to be alone than to be destroyed
I’ve never related to a comment more, you’re so right! 21 and feel the same way. Amaya is a smart girl. I hope her dad can get released and stay OUT of trouble.
The founder, Mrs. Barnes when she stated "the children are the silent victims" that made me tear up because its true, people will ask why give them this perk for the crimes they commited, well in the end this if for their children. God Bless this woman. I hope this program keeps going for many years to come.
So Chicago ghetto is a filled with these assholes dead beat ...baby daddies ..or I mean drug dealing welfare rats
I hope this is something to think about for many prisons.It will be a lot of work. But so worth it.. For both the children and Dads. So they can all live happier lives..
I’m 25 years old. I lost my father at 10 (he was killed) but he got incarcerated when I was 2-7. That man was the BEST father I could’ve asked God for even behind bars. This brings me so much joy cause my momma, despite their differences, allowed me to go see him as much as I wanted. Forever Daddy’s Little Girl🥺💕
@Imperattive daaaaaaayum that was out of pocket 🤭
@Imperattive whats wrong with you?
@Imperattive do you find joy in humiliating yourself?
RIP! Sorry for ur loss! God loves you ❤️
I’ve never been to prison. I don’t plan on ever going to prison. This motivates me even more to be a good dad and be there always for my kids. Such a sad and crushing story, poor kids. Oh, such poor kids!
@Sk1ssorz ummmm….yeah it’s basically a choice bruh
You actin like going to prison is a choice..lol.
This is great content which should be used for a ton of individuals who are prone/tempted into making the wrong decisions.
Prevention is better than cure...glad you know what not to do in life :)
This would give the prisoners so much to look forward to and stay on the right path. This needs to be more popular in prison systems. I’m bawling
@Zoey Ro Yeah man let's Just send our kids to hang out with convicted felons who are in prison... maybe we'll let them run a full on day care while we're at it. All this is gonna do is teach kids that prison is OK and you guys are fucking stupid for support in crap like this "monthly kids day at Wasco" What the hell's wrong with you people
This needs to be done throughout the U.S. prison system. Although I would not agree to this if the prisoner was convicted of a crime involving a child.
This is really beautiful. Every state should have this..
It's not a child's job to save the parents or make them turn it around. The parent is supposed to take care of the child.
@Evan G Of course people wouldn't if they it's a waste of money.
Man listen. Even though my dad has never been in prison, videos like this helps you appreciate what you have even more. I’m 25 years old and I am a blind man and I am living on my own now. When I first moved into my own place my dad helped me out a lot and spent a lot of time with me and has seen me develop into my own person in my own apartment. I appreciate my father for doing that. Thank you dad for everything.
@Hello Hi I. Know right
Same my dad never been but this makes me appreciate my dad a whole lot more. Lord knows I’m a daddy’s girl ❤️❤️
@One3rd READ?!!!! MUCH
@One3rd read the replies, he already answered.
Weird question but you said you are blind , how are able to type, read , or see videos ?? No offense just genuinely curious
I’ve had my father in jail my whole life, and I can tell you right now, not having a consistent dad/father figure in my life ruined me. Idc what anyone says, dad’s play the most important role in society, especially for kids and moms. Trust me, from lived experience, the less fathers we see, the more problems we see.
@Valiant Um, its not just the father's fault. Its also thots like you who choose to lie down with worthless men, without birth control no less. Both of you are at fault, and your children are paying the price (oh and us tax payers as you claim EBT)
@Valiant your Stereotyping all fathers…My dad is PROTECTIVE, LOVING, CARING.And my MOTHER is toxic, manipulative, and neglectful to BOTH her children!
@dyami gerhold if you don’t care then delete your comments and don’t come back
@Valiant you are the one speaking for yourself tho
Speak for yourself.It's the mothers who do the most for their child in society, yet it's never enough, they get badly judged when it's the fathers you abandon them and the kids. Even if they get pregnant on their teens or are single or deal with other mental issues, they do most for their kids.Fathers just leave, go around getting pregnant other women and then leave again. Don't want to pay for your food/living after separation. Blame the mom for everything wrong they did themselves.
This made me cry a lot. I had my father growing up but he was emotionally unavailable and I would say abusive. Sometimes not having a dad all the time isn’t as bad as having one there. I felt like these dads showed more love and support than my dad ever did throughout my life. He’s changed a lot now and is better. I do love him but seeing what I missed out on has made me emotional.
That’s exactly how I grew up, the only difference is my dad is still barely trying he recently said he won’t support me anymore and it is what is because I am 18 now but it still hurts at times.
seeing this makes me realize how fathers strive to be good for their kids, and do anything they can to be a part of their kids lives. my father isn’t in prison or dead, but he’s very absent and neglecting, so seeing this and how happy the father and kids are make my heart hurt because these kids have such great fathers. im very happy for them and i hope they continue to be able to see their fathers because of this program ❤️
They aren’t great fathers. They WANT to be. That’s what matters. So many people have the opportunity to be there for their kids and they choose not to. these men have a constant drive to get out of jail because they’re imprisoned. I’m not saying that’s the ONLY reason why they want to see their kids but it really adds to it. I hope that being in jail inspires them to be better fathers to their children. Not to mention some men are put in jail and they were innocent all along! They miss out on their family even though they didn’t do anything wrong.
I literally cried. Seeing the children’s smile and running to hug their father really touches me.
I cried non stop as well
21 year old man here and definitely shedded some tears
I agree especially when you didn’t have a father figure and it really gets to you
I also want to add how strong these mothers are for putting their kids first despite what the fathers have done. That is real strength.
Right usually i hear about moms being petty as hell to their kids dads and acting like that isnt mentally damaging for the kid and its for their own good when in reality its out of their own bias because their little relationship didn't work out.
Them getting to pick up, hug, and love on their children has to be the most wholesome thing. They don’t get this in visitation. And them getting a full 24 hrs is amazing.
*This was adorable. I hope the children see their parents many more times!*
Brought me to tears. I lost my Dad, not to prison but to cancer, and knowing these kids got to see their Dad again, even after months/years/never ever seeing him, the emotion the kids still feel for their dads. The emotion, that their dads still love them, even after maybe never meeting them or only over the phone, breaks me.
He died for a reason, and that reason is a reason. Sorry for your lost. 😔
Sorry to hear that. Here’s some love for u: ❤️
The way Amiya sounded was so mature, she understands that her father does bad things, and the fact that she told him he only had one more chance because he has broken a lot of promises makes her sound so much older then she is. But as soon as I heard her scream for her dad I realized that she’s just a little girl who misses and loves her dad regardless.edit: wow this got more likes then I expected! and yes I noticed I spelt her name wrong and fixed it :)
@shree just leave. She’s happy to see her daddy
@deku_ it’s not trauma it’s understanding. The only traumatic thing is not seeing her daddyAnd he’s making up for it
inclips.net/video/4G6e4TaJxkI/वीडियो.html my experience
@deku_ Absolutely correct. The poor little one. So much unnecessary pain.
having to act mature at a young age isn’t something to celebrate, it’s trauma coming through
Oh thank God for all those who thought out this amazing programme. What a wonderful moments for the dad's and children. God Bless your souls.
I read the comments. I knew it'd be emotional. I knew I'd cry. But I did NOT expect to be bawling with joy, pain and admiration. It really is about the kids. Scottie. We need people like you in the world. Thank you so much for doing this for the kids, the silent victims. Thank you.
Glory Be to God for making this happen. I was in tears watching this. I never grew up with my dad, not because he was in prison but because he decided to not be part of it. Praise the Lord for this beautiful moment.
Well said 🗣️
my dad died when i was six so most of my life i haven’t had my dad and can totally relate to this. i cant even imagine what it’s like to never see their father for their whole life, this makes me so great full for those six years. i’m so happy for all the children :)
I loved that the dads were given pointers on how to interact. Sometimes the guilt and shame you may feel as a prisoner gets in the way. This was awesome, I couldn't stop crying.
Me too same I kept thinking what would happen if my paerents got in prison
As an Correctional Officer this literally breaks my heart. I work in visitation often and see the sincere interaction between fathers and their children. I’ve seen so many prisoners leave only to return a few months to a year later. If only they gave these kids the attention and loyalty they deserve once they are released, there would be no reason to return.
I really try to resist crying.
I was crying too 😭 so emotional
This is a heart warming story and also a shoutout to the man’s dad who was sentenced for life bc of murder…he did something horribly wrong but it still tears me up and I feel so bad for you and your family!
That little girl is so wise beyond her years. She is very honest and reflects on her emotions yet has such a level of empathy for the other young lady.
Her hugging her dad and brother at 10:03 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺 she is also very well spoken! I hope that he’s doing good and they’re all together as a family now.
This made me get emotional, I cannot begin to Imagine how hard it must be for those Kids. Always cherish the time you have with Family, especially your parents. You may never know what happens next
"I think that they forget that the children are the silent victims."That's probably the wisest, most wholesome sentence I've ever heard.
For real. Damn
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This makes me so happy. I’m so glad that those children have the chance to meet their dad. I really hope this catches on to the rest of the country. So many kids deserve this. They deserve to see their dad. To let them learn and feel the love that they never got
This really made me cry a lot. As a 16-year-old with a father who was once arrested for about four years until he came back, this really hits me hard.I have my father who used to do drugs such as smoking cigarettes and hanging out with friends late at night drinking beer, and whenever we were disciplined, he would physically abuse me, my older sister, and my younger brother so we could learn from our mistakes. He was arrested for illegal trafficking and drugs when I was eleven years old in November 2017, leaving me to become violent and troubled in 6th grade and going against my mother and treating my older sister like crap. That day was a horrible start of my middle school years.He was in jail for about four years. And in those four years, I watched this video many times not feeling anything. But then I get message from my mother that my father will come back from jail and spend the rest of his sentence in house arrest. At first, I didn't want him coming back because I would have to return to the good girl I used to be before he was arrested. The girl who wouldn't do anything. He would be disappointed at my failure to try and get my grades up after the horrible pandemic that happened. He would treat me strictly again. And he would be mad at me for being ignorant towards my mother and going against her.But when he came back in November 2021, all I just felt was joy and happiness. I was glad he was back.Of course, I had to suffer my consequences of my failures and past mistakes. But I was just happy to see that he's back.Love your prisoned fathers no matter what, everyone. Sometimes the fathers that are in prison, they would care for you too.
@Gen Ben you very much could’ve saved your mothers and your own life that day, bless you❤️
My father got arrested in 2011 when I was 11 bc I called the cops on him for holding a knife to my moms stomach. He ended up getting deported. I haven’t seen him since
Im so glad you got your dad back. Think about it as a chance for everyone to start fresh.
These are priceless moments and memories! Cried when they started running to meet each other, I suggest this for ALL DADS in a prisons across the world.
My kids dad moved 5 states away, she was & is still hurt. When I see a dad actually parent, it warms my heart. A man can really change his soul when he fully commits to being a good dad. Props to all the dads that are there for their kids.....
I love how the woman running this is 100% for the kids. She doesn’t care if the prisoners did bad things, she just wants the kids to be happy.
@Carmen M. look. I have family who are ex cons and it’s true they admit they were bad people.Not all criminals are the same sick twisted people.Some are people with brains who were framed or who were defending themselves or their family. Some people were in a weak place and turned to something bad. They now know that’s terrible and are trying to better themselves You can’t go by everything the law says.Sometimes the law is wrong…
@NinjaFalls17 These children will be disappointed everytime, I know. This section is called "Comments"
@Carmen M. what they don’t deserve is people like you criticizing them
@Carmen M. you should never have children ever
@Anna Sloan there’s a saying“A terrible person doesn’t make a terrible parent”You can be terrible to everyone in the world but the BEST parent to your children loving them and protecting them with everything you have
My dad did jail time & I can still remember (some 40+ years later) how it felt when he was locked up. Being 11 years old & not being able to have dad for the holidays or on the weekends. This video hit hard.
Thank you Ms Scottie for having this beautiful program for these children and Dads. It helps HEAL both of them 😇
Im in tears. This is amazing. Gives these inmates the motivation to stay focused and change.
Everytime I watch this I BAWL. It is so sweet and I’m so glad that these kids and Dad’s have a second chance.
“you did nothing wrong, its all my fault. Ill be home soon. I promise.”oo my God these children are so strong
yea i no thats me the girl the pic is my frend
“I’ll be home soon.” That’s something my father always says and it seems like every time he says this, he’s gone for an extra year.
Melly funny 🤪
@lol you all are so unimaginably strong. keep your head up :)
What an amazing program! Memories are being created, if for but a fleeting moment. A lot of healing taking place there. Thank God that there are caring humans that can see beyond offences and just look at the parent - child relationship that needs support.
Im am crying thats how happy I am for those kids and fathers! Just seeing them come running and smiling and then jumping into there fathers arms make me so happy!!!!!!
This is beautiful. I pray the kids have great lives and I hope these dads grow great, healthy relationships with their children
This made me cry. I'm happy the parents get to see their kids but I wish this could happen often ❤️❤️❤️
I’m just gonna be honest I cried. A lot.I love my dad
Watching this as my dad being in jail made it more emotional
Mine passed away before i was born in my mom's tummy a month before my birth
Amelia Grace yeh youre true i just miss my dad he is on other family for now and in prison also😭
I too love my dad
Omgoodness. I love this. This is amazing, and I think this is what a lot of American children need. Society acts like it's okay and normal to grow up without a dad- but it's NOT. IDC if ppl are going to come for me; I'll never deny that children absolutely NEED their father.
Anyone else cry like a baby watching this? So heartbreaking. I had it so good growing up. Thank you Lord. Bless these families.
The dad who’s getting out in 11 months, that has the daughter and son, who have talked a lot, you can tell he loves his kids a lot, and I pray that when he gets out or if he’s already out that he will keep that promise and they can be a family again.
This is the most perfect solution to such a big problem, for everyone involved. God bless the people that organized this and God bless the prisoners and their children 💕🙏
Wow Maya is soo intelligent and mature. Such a sweet girl. She fully understands what’s going on. Hopefully her father does better for her and for himself
A child that age will never fully understand. The brain is not fully developed until 25. That is why you have to be careful with what your child is exposed to. Her fathers convictions should not be her burden to bare at such a young age.
It’s Amaya like me lol- but she seems like a very kind girl :)
anyone know her whole name?
@Ahri thank you, so many people are saying how mature they acted but it makes me cringe because i know how it feels to be the kid nobody has to worry about
This is so touching. Awesome program! This will make a massive difference to both the kids and their prisoner parents. They will encourage each other to change
Im sobbing. Seeing kids getting to see their dad after a long time is amazing. I could not imagine losing my dad to the law or death. It makes me so happy they get to see their dad again.
I’m 24 and my dad just went to prison for the first time and I feel like I’m a child without a father now. These interactions were so sweet
Be strong. My dad died of cancer when I was 5. I am now 32 years old and after watching this it moved me to tears. May God watch over your dad and I hope he will be home soon.
If there’s one thing that gets me, it’s parent-child relationships, I couldn’t stop crying.
I feel the worst for the 15 year old boy. Imagine having absolutely no hope that you’re dad is ever coming home.
No, life sentence means they'll be in jail for as long as their age. If you were 20 when you were convicted, means the sentence is also 20 years. There's still possibility for parole though
Especially because you have to leave your home, family and everything behind and move away and your dad has no idea where you live, no contact, or anything to find you.
@K C it said 23 years
@Chrysalis Sounds I am so sorry, I hope you at least had a good life with your mother and are now living a pleasant life dispite your estranged father
and imagine his dad took a life of someone from someone's family. i think it was fair that this 15yo boy has no hope for it. nah wasnt fair, at least he still see his dad.
This is so moving . there needs to be more of this . I myself was close to be a young offender quite a few times . i love this . my biological father i never knew . my biological mother did a lot to try to stay live and survive and my father was most likely a drug dealer to stay alive as well and knew a lotOf shady dudes .
Incredible idea! I can’t imagine how it would be like to go through childhood without a father figure. The founder of this event is truly a kind soul
This is so sweet! I love this! God bless their hearts!!!
These experiences can be life changing for the dad's as well as the children. People really seem to forget that outside of the real victim of whatever crime was committed the children are victims as well. It was indeed 😔
"You getting A's and B's? Good job bud!" *The way he said it really hit hard*
@Rachael Nelson alright mother teresa
@Felicity Holmes you don’t know what happened behind closed doors.. these children have suffered for days to months to years without seeing their dads and to see them for one day or spending one day with them is probably one of their biggest wishes because they love their dads no matter what they want their dads to be proud of them and be there for them everyday but they can’t so this is their only opportunity
@Felicity Holmes So before judging others, look why did they have to do it.
@Felicity Holmes A person is not born as a criminal, situations make them. We don't know what made them do the crime.
@sachin singh How about STOP BEING A CRIMINAL? That would do it I guess.
Wow just wow I have tears. I have never been to prison and I don't know anyone who has been. But I've watched so many documentaries and this idea is truly one from God. It will benefit both the prisoner and their children; It will surely help their souls to grow & their hearts to change. I'm so glad this exists!
Very touching & heartwarming, emotional video. You can say what you want, inmate or not, that's still someone's parent.❤️
So crazy, how such intimate moments get recorded like this! These kids are very emotionally intelligent! So fascinating.
This is heartbreaking 😭. I’m so happy these beautiful kids get to have this day. No matter what their dads did, those kids deserve this!
Shout out to the moms for not bashing the dads and allowing them to have even a chance to see their kids.
@Victoria Michaelis Those kids have the right to see and have a relationship with their fathers regardless of whatever crime they commited.
I honestly don’t agree with any of this, murderers and thieves shouldn’t have rights to their kids
Shot out? Why do you think they're in prison? LolThey probably were trying to rob stores and that kind of sh*t so they could feed their family.
@Najeeb Shah You seem to be projecting
@Linda from SEA AT TULL grammar Nazi!
This video has me sobbing in my room at 4 in the morning, the fact this program was made for the kids of prisoners, to get atleast just a few hours of being with their dad, and some have never even met their dad before. Such a heartwarming video. Hopping that one da keeps his promise to stay at home.
Excellent break through, the dads need to see this , to feel this 🥰
This is so amazing. I’m loving everything about this. I’m balling my eyes out thanks ♥️
This is so touching i cried because i never got to experience a dad's love like this their distance is quite far from each other yet they still have a strong and genuine bond.
Daughter: “I don’t know how to dance”Dad: “It’s okay you only gonna know if you try” 🥺 cutest thing ever
@First Name he ain’t wrong tho.
@Robert Woods you wouldn't say that if you were in the same situation. I understand that you don't have a good relationship with jail but you have to understand that some people become what they are because of pf what they went through like the video said kids who grow up with their parents in jail are most likely to go to jail. It's not that they wake up and decide that they want to go to jail, there are a lot of INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA going on. I am.not saying that criminals should be left alone I am just saying that people usually have a bunch of factors that influence them. Another thing some people are falsely acused not sure if you've ever heard about that
@ndknight how about you just be quiet and keep your judge mental comment to your self
Thank goodness they're able to see each other it's obvious that they love each other by the way the children are running to see their dads
I'm so thankful that I had my dad in my life always especially growing up. theres always rough patches but hes always there for us. These men wanna do the same any way they can. People deserve forgiveness man, I honestly wish them all the best and hope those who get out stay out.
This is truly heart wrenchingly beautiful and amazing and these are the programs that help people to change
This is the most emotional thing I have seen in a very long time. It hit me hard when the woman said "everybody forgets that the children are silent victims too".
The dad who seemed awkward at first when his daughter was crying, trying to figure out whether to hold her or comfort her genuinely made me cry.
@Benson Wu That was the dude with the son, he didn't have a daughter
@xkatakanax What I am saying is that Johnny said "You did nothing wrong, it is all my fault" to his daughter.
If Johnny's daughter is attending the same school with me, she will probably say, "My father is serving 23 years in prison for a second degree murder."
@Benson Wu That was his son
I saw a man giving hugging his daughter and say, "You did nothing wrong, it is all my fault." to his daughter.
I was there. My dad went to prison when I was 3 and stays till I’m 21. This day was amazing. We danced, did sports, arts and crafts, he gave me a rose i still have, took pics, wrote on the frame like it showed, made a beaded lamp shade, got those green shirts
I couldn’t stop crying. What a brilliant programme. Wishing them all blessings!
I’m a recovering dug addict who was in and out of trouble for years. My son quite literally saved my life. The last time I had to go to jail, for something that happened before my son was born, was when he was 3 months. Luckily i only had to do 2 months. Y’all saying the don’t deserve this, okay maybe right now they don’t, but just like me who turned my life around for my child, these people are maybe trying to now as well, and better late than never. This gives them the hope to maintain towards that for their babies.
They’re kids People forget thatGood luck to you sister ✊🏽💪🏽
God man I cried this is so good to see and as an upcoming social worker this is what we need for the children and the prisoners.
For those of you wondering how these dads are doing... Arkinya’s dad is still in jail, unfortunately, and will be until 2034 at the earliest. It looks like he has a clean record in the prison in terms of behavior, so hopefully he get released at the earliest date and be reunited with his then-adult daughter. Jeremiah (Amiah’s dad) was last sentenced from jail 2013 (this was recorded in 2015) and he was released in 2019. From what I can find, he has not been to prison since. Hopefully he and his family have been reunited and he gets to be a great father every day ❤️
@G.O.A.T !!! agree
He shouldn’t get out. Do the crime do the time, especially if it’s murder
This video and the comments just made me cry.. Kids really have healing powers...wen I'm feeling low..all i need is a hug from my 6 yr old❤.. Love to the kids and the families here.. Hope they all are now united and happy😇🙏
I can’t imagine how you feel when you meet your dad after months or year of not seeing each other because they are imprisoned,so I’m glad the kids got a chance to see their dad
I had this experience I think 3 years ago, and it was one of the best things that has happened in my life. My dad went to jail when I was, I think 2 years old, and it has affected my life in so many ways. I had not seen my dad in 4 years due to not being able to visit.The night before I didn't sleep, I tried but I couldn't I was so excited and all I have to say is it met expectations and they gave me the best day ever! I think at some point I fell asleep in my dad's lap while somebody was doing tricks because I didnt sleep the night before. The mentors I met were REALLY REALLY nice too :D
I literally never cry to any other videos that are sad. But I literally almost started sobbing at this video. Especially when the first kid came up running to his dad just broke me. I hope these kids are doing alright ❤️
i’m SOBBING. not only does this help the kids but it helps give the parents motivation to continue to act right, this needs to be implemented more
@Jude Kay used to work in the prison system and you are all extremely naive. The majority of people I saw were multiple repeat offenders with rap sheets multiple pages long. The majority are in and out of jail for life, their kids do not motivate them to change because if they did they wouldn't have committed the crime that landed them there in the first place.
They should use this to see if prisoners ever get another chance in the future. If they continue the same bad path after this, there's probably no hope and we should concentrate on people who deserve a chance!
I KNOW!!!! I’m calculating how much I can donate every month and still be able to live.
I’ve got to experience this as well a few years ago at a different place. My dad has been in jail for 5 years now. He has to stay for 7 more years. The reason was because he was working for a company that failed and the companies boss put all the blame on my dad. I was so happy to see my dad again. I am 11 so for most of my life I haven’t seen my dad. I love him forever and we talk through the phone everyday. I hope he can come out early because he did nothing wrong.
How absolutely wonderful!!! Families are sooo very important!!! Blessings
As a Criminal Justice student, it really breaks my heart that this is how this world is nowadays. The good part is programs like these help break childrens silence and let them bond with those parents who they haven’t seen in so long or never got to know at all. It warms my heart knowing that even a parent behind bars can still be there even if they’re not there physically.
No matter what terrible things these men have done, I hope they can at least be the best dads possible. So heartbroken for the kids
This so much better and more effective than beyond scared straight.
@Smooth Potato I know I don’t know what I was saying when I wrote this
That’s 2 different situations buddy
808 Kapz, nah, I think if they’re acting up, there family should come, like one daughter said if her dad acted up it was over, so if she came, maybe he’d start behaving more.
Charles Kim i remember i used to do this with my dad when he was in prison and i'm glad i was able to. i don't remember too much cuz he was only in jail til i was 6 but i didn't even realize he was in jail.
excactly. but like the kids who are put in therebare BEYOND SCARED. wtf kind of people would do that to a child? i get that they are trying to help, but still BABIES, there BABIES.
i cried this whole video, my face is soaked. Lord, please bless these families’💗
this is beautiful, what a amazing day for those parents and kids. beautiful.
I have been bawling the whole video 😭😭😭 I can't imagine what these kids go through.
This bought tears as I was in their shoes before. Now I am free helping them and have changed. Lucky and Blessed to be able to🙏🙏🙏
The father once told his son "be careful where you walk"The son calmly replied "You be careful, I follow in your footsteps" I cannot imagine being in either situation, but giving people in Jail a chance to reconnect with their kids is a powerful motivator to turn things around. It's such a shame that we haven't been doing programs like this since day one.
@Eva Enns I hope that you and your family are doing ok in these trying times. And I hope that He gets out soon.
my dad is in prison and i got to see him for a full day with something similar and it changed our relationship so much and i’m so thankful for that
In all 50 states. They all should have this programs. It's really beautiful . It brought so much tears of joy.
I grew up with my Father incarcerated, it really affected me because he was my hero and the world was saying that MY hero was a bad man. The day he left I turned to drugs and got caught up in the streets. It hurt so bad that I ended up convincing myself that I hated him because that was easier then the reality. If I had something like this it would have made a world of difference for me, my little brother, and my mother. Fast forward 10 years and he is home! I’m thankful that he never lost sight of his family and was humbled enough to make the necessary changes. I got clean and enrolled in college at 20 The story could have gone very differently. Yes my father was being punished but it left me and my mother in total anguish, and left my 4 year old brother with pain and confusion (because he didn’t know exactly what was wrong but he knew everything wasn’t ok) Children are the silent, and forgotten victims and I pray that more programs like this are implemented.
Every child deserve to be loved by their fathers. Its an amazing feeling.
“You did nothing wrong..”It’s all my fault ok?”that hit me hard….
I’m literally bawling from that 😭😣😓 I want to send those kids toys
@Vanilla Llama Roblox I cry alot too 😢
First time tears actually fell from my eyes watching a INclips video.
Update: My dad just told me that today! Definitely needed that closure :)))
@Preston Anonuoso I can see why you would think like that, but tbh it really depends on what kind of situation they were in.
This makes me so happy man , had a girlfriend once she’s never seen her father before bc he was locked up and I myself had a good relationship with sadly me and her ended couple days she got the chance to see him like this , hope that moment went how she wished 🙏
I cried while watching this video. This program is a positive thing for all concerned especially the kids. God bless all.
This is so moving great documentary I'm so happy to have changed my life I hold my kids real tight ❤
25, good job, veteran, no kids, never been to jail, no parents or family members in jail. Literally can’t relate on paper to this at all yet here I am legitimately crying like I understand completely. 😞