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Celling America's Soul

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Not just another expose' of the horrors of our $46 billion a year ineffective prison system, this book is a prism through which to view the raw and dramatic stories of seven prisoners, four of them innocent, and those who counsel, teach, confine and love them. Their art and poetry celebrate their transformations. "Rapes, Murders and Abuses" describes the daily terrorism of ...more
Paperback, 322 pages
Published February 5th 2003 by Infinity Publishing
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Judith Trustone is an award-winning author, activist and filmmaker whose Celling America’s Soul: torture and transformation in our prisons and why we should care has been deemed the best book in print that describes prison from most every perspective, and the whimsical The Cats’ Secret Guide to Living with Humans. Her double documentary DVD: Healing Justice: a journey into Shadow America highlight ...more
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