Thomas Beller writes about Angola Prison, forty miles from New Orleans, and Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick’s (Lower Nine) Prison Industrial Complex photo series on life inside. 271 more words
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I volunteered to become a Prison Pen Pal.
My wife and I went to Willow Creek Church in south Barrington last weekend, and we saw the pastor, Bill Hybels, interview a man by the name of Burl Cain, a warden at Angola Prison in Louisiana. 1,004 more words
Weep For Your Inhumanity America Because…Glenn Ford
“Let me tell you where you are going to spend the next 30 years of your life. In an 8 x10 foot cell, no windows, white walls, with toilet and a bunk and maybe a desk. 949 more words
Robert King watched the world alone through a small window in his cell for almost three decades as a member of the “Angola Three.”
“We were caged up,” he told… 74 more words