Michigan

2020-02-06T19:53:49-05:00Fellow Inmates|

A Rare Act of Kindness in Prison

[paypal_donation_button align="right"]By Jerry Metcalf The other day, while walking down the hallway here in my prison housing unit, I noticed something odd lying on the floor. I stooped to examine it, and for the life of me I couldn't figure out [...]

2020-02-19T09:23:17-05:00Hope & Change|

Dogs in Prison

When the prison I've grown up in partnered with a local animal shelter and a service-canine organization to start a dog rehabilitation and training program, it had been nearly 4,000 days since I had last seen a dog in person, last [...]

Corrupt Prison Guards

  BY CHARLES SELBY For three decades, I have witnessed countless occasions in which Emergency Response Teams are assembled to carry out chemical cell extractions of disruptive prisoners, in this case an African-American prisoner. Equally-hued guards are dissuaded by the more [...]