Pages tagged with Inmates

People said it looked like a wonderful hotel, but everything changed from 1939.
I felt the poem tells a story. I feel the poem is able to touch individuals triggering them to recant a story all of their own.
As I read on The Guardian, journalists are denied permission to UK prisons and this newspapers wonders what they have to hide.
The main female character in this setting is finished working for the day. All she wants to do is leave this place and go home. The problem, though, is the place has so much security, one cannot just simply walk out. While waiting for permission to leave, the main character, the only ...
I use to work at a Federal Prison. This is one story of one day that I wondered if I would finish.
Built in 1834, the prison was designed with the idea that inmates would eventually repent after deciding to leave a life of sin far behind them. Today the building is owned by The Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society who preserves the historical site through ghost tours that pro...
Many young children are affected by the fact that they have one or more parents in prison. The numbers are high, and rising way too fast. Here are some facts we all should be aware of.
A new idea provides electricity in jail, Jose Henrique Mallmann a judge was introduced the system in Santa Rita do Sapucai jail near Sao Paolo. The inmates should produce the electricity with stationary bikes by pedaling
~I have ridden this ol’ Hawg through clouds~Gods have smiled on me and kicked my ass~a thousand drill bit raindrops~I hit the throttle~howl through to the other side~on the edge and one step further~over the top~
~trees through the window~shaking medusa heads~the snake is long~seven miles~a rich woman’s son stole his songs Doris~the monster Zarathustra~put your head between your legs~kiss your ass goodbye~for the love of a woman~Nazi disguise~boots & lies~
When we turn a deaf ear to the fate of the children of the incarcerated, we have committed an intolerable injustice on humanity. No where in the lowest functioning of a human being is it written to neglect, dismiss or negate our moralistic responsibility to those who constitute an unf...
Why do so many criminals repeat their offenses? How can the cycle be broken? Let us take a brief look into the mission of the prison ministry.
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