race

2020-08-25T13:56:00-04:00Editor's Choice, Race|

Racism in Prison Goes Both Ways

Like many other communities, prison is largely self-segregated. Considering the psychodynamics within, this is not unexpected. One of the biggest surprises of prison life, however, is that so many on the inside are neither the racists they claim for themselves nor [...]

2020-06-04T11:37:32-04:00Hope & Change|

Why Prison Volunteers Change Lives

Throughout my 23 years of incarceration, many people have had a positive influence on my life, but none more so than the courageous volunteers who selflessly pour into American prisons each and every day, whether it be for religious purposes, substance [...]