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The Other Side

Voices of the Incarcerated

no kissing May 12 – May 25, 2016

Kissing Free Zone

Most vulnerable to this new policy are the children who are made to feel rejected.

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mass incarceration May 28 – June 10, 2015

Criminal Justice System Reform: Thoughts from a Prisoner

And hope is a main stay, especially for those of us who possess a front row seat in this indeterminate quagmire of mass incarceration.

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young prisoners May 28 – June 10, 2015

Millennials: Prison, Race, and Church

All Millennials are not Christians, but they offer some hope, maybe even divine hope, that more of America, with or without church leadership, will be race cancer free.

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wayne young, tyrone colbert, ivy alston October 30 – November 12, 2014

The House of Rubble (Jail Falls)

Before O’Malley’s order in 2007, the Maryland State police raided the prison amid allegations of prostitution, drug dealing, and pornography distribution - - all which later proved to be true. Police confiscated officer’s computers and led some out in handcuffs, which was an ironic sight for prisoners to witness.  

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earl willmas Roxbury Redemption January 23 February 5, 2014

Felon to Family Man

Despite the rumors, ex-offenders do become productive citizens who make positive impacts on the lives of their families, communities, and especially, themselves.  “Roxbury Redemption” (Xlibris, $19.99), a candid memoir by Dr. Earle Williams, a Christian clinical psychologist, furnishes such an example and an extensive course of action for those who have experienced traumatic events.

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