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Tayba Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving individuals and families impacted by incarceration.

Tayba believes in the power of human change through holistic education and guidance.

Our work is organized into three interrelated program areas:

Education
Life Skills
Re-entry

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    • Religion & Spirituality

Tayba Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving individuals and families impacted by incarceration.

Tayba believes in the power of human change through holistic education and guidance.

Our work is organized into three interrelated program areas:

Education
Life Skills
Re-entry

    The Jetlag Episode Feat. Shaykh Rami Nsour, Dr Shadee alMasri & Safina Society

    The Jetlag Episode Feat. Shaykh Rami Nsour, Dr Shadee alMasri & Safina Society

    Listen as Shaykh Rami Nsour, Dr Shadee alMasry & Safina Society discusse Tayba Foundation, the Prison System, the political system, and everything including the Jinn Sword, the Prison Jinn, the Jinn Proposal and stories from Mauritania.

    • 2 hrs 29 min
    From Bars to Books: Interview with Tayba Student, Adeeb (Part Four)

    From Bars to Books: Interview with Tayba Student, Adeeb (Part Four)

    Adeeb spent 36 years behind bars. While incarcerated, he realized that his prison life was a simulation of the life he lived on the streets. Hoping for change, he turned to faith, and his inquiries eventually led him to Islam -- a tradition that values studying as a means for transformation.

    Tayba not only provided his Islamic education; after hearing his story through a fellow student, Shaykh Rami Nsour drew attention to his case at a conference and a donor quickly stepped up to cover the legal fees for a trial. Soon after, his lawyer felt so strongly that he deserved freedom, that she fought and won his case pro bono at the second trial.

    Listen to his story now.

    • 13 min
    From Bars to Books: Interview with Tayba Student, Adeeb (Part three)

    From Bars to Books: Interview with Tayba Student, Adeeb (Part three)

    Adeeb spent 36 years behind bars. While incarcerated, he realized that his prison life was a simulation of the life he lived on the streets. Hoping for change, he turned to faith, and his inquiries eventually led him to Islam -- a tradition that values studying as a means for transformation.

    Tayba not only provided his Islamic education; after hearing his story through a fellow student, Shaykh Rami Nsour drew attention to his case at a conference and a donor quickly stepped up to cover the legal fees for a trial. Soon after, his lawyer felt so strongly that he deserved freedom, that she fought and won his case pro bono at the second trial.

    Listen to his story now.

    • 15 min

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