• June 10, 2013A Call to Action

    A Call to Action

    It certainly doesn’t feel like a year has gone by already since we last had a letter drive to the United States Sentencing Commission..

  • June 10, 2013AM Yoga Class

    AM Yoga Class

    I have been a health and wellness coach in prison for well over a decade now, and I genuinely love what I do in spite of my circumstances…

  • June 10, 2013Blewett


    Times they are a changing, and sentencing reform seems to be gaining some real momentum thanks to a number of very proactive, and quite..

  • June 10, 2013Watch an Institutional Movie

    Watch an Institutional Movie

    It’s been a while since I actually sat down in front of the TV to watch an institutional movie. Part of that is because I’m..

  • June 10, 2013Never Limit Yourself

    Never Limit Yourself

    Life is a journey of experiences. One may never know where it is leading him. Often we may not understand a purpose in the challenge of..

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