November 5, 2017

Hole in my Life, great “novel” “memoir” by Jack Gantos

Hole in my Life, by Jack Gantos (Square Fish 2002) Every reader will love Jack Gantos’ true story of totally messing up his young life (and […]
November 5, 2017

Find! Read! Journal of Prisoners on Prisons

Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, vol.25, Nu 1 (2016) I have arrived late to the smorgasbord of the Canadian compilation of essays written by and about […]
November 5, 2017

Stephen Bright, Southern Center for Human Rights, takes graphic novel to interns, inmates

Prof. Stephen Bright, a hero for the disenfranchised in the courts, visited Austin recently and spoke to interested groups, including the U.T Law School clinics and […]
October 26, 2017

Puerto Rica inmates

Shouldn’t we all be wondering about the fate on men and women locked behind bars inside cement walls in Puerto Rica?  I have not seen one […]
July 2, 2017

Prison Issues Subsumed under Unfortunate Congress, AG

There was a brief moment in 2016 when the stars and planets aligned so that members of Congress reached across the aisle to begin restructuring our […]
April 14, 2017

Terri LeClercq to speak at international Human Rights/Prison Advocacy Conference

Terri LeClercq will speak at the 7th international conference addressing Human Rights and Prison Reform. She will offer alternative but effective means of educating inmates about their prison rights.
April 12, 2017

Even Out of Prison, Inmates Can’t Find Healthcare

Episcopal Health reveals major health problems with Congress proposals, and they will decimate rural health.
September 22, 2016

Massachusetts Supreme Court: black men have right to flee, can’t be arrested merely for running

Today’s police forces are having a hard time.  Not as hard a time as every black man in this country, but a hard time nevertheless. And […]
September 6, 2016

Harris County, Texas + more death row, and now more missing evidence!

Harris County destroys over 100,000 pieces of evidence; deputy fired, cases dismissed.
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