Elaine Barltett, mother of 4, made an economic decision to move drugs from NYC to ALbany. She was set up and spent 16 years in prison before an unusual exoneration. Her prison story is compelling; her life-after-prison is sad, realistic, hopeless, and yet hopeful.
Inmates and advocacy groups will benefit from Ethics for a Whole World, by the Dalai Lama. He introduces thoughtful ideas and provokes us to our better selves. The Study Guide is useful (written by Texas inmates).