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Three California Lifers Serve Time for Murders They Didn’t Commit. Is Relief Possible?

Photo of San Quentin State Prison via Wikimedia Commons By Kevin D. Sawyer / Prison Journalism Project This article was originally published by the Prison Journalism Project in partnership with Bay City News, a nonprofit newsroom that brings community coverage to the SF Bay Area. Three men at San Quentin are serving life sentences for murders […]

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In Prison, I Lost the Right to Motherhood

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An Incarcerated Christmas

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections By PJP Editors / Prison Journalism Project This story was originally published by the Prison Journalism Project. It should surprise no one that incarcerated people struggle during the holidays. Despair and loneliness, regret and self-loathing — these emotions characterize the experience of many people inside this time of year.  […]