My heart was beating fast. I threw off my sweater — suddenly I was feeling very warm. And then I read this line in my
Read and respond to the poetry of people who are incarcerated, literally “on the same page.”
Our participants at Sterling Correctional Facility read and wrote reflection papers on, CITIZEN: An American Lyric, written by Claudia Rankine. Their work will be on display on November 15...
Educational programming is in strong demand in correctional facilities, and our book discussion program changes lives. Motivating readers through group interaction builds literacy skills and confidence.
We always need books! Small communities of readers work best. Deep thinking. Transformative discussion. New way of looking at life. Second chances. Better choices.
Steven King, revered by most of the readers in our book group, warns: “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have time (or
Discussing famous books and authors like John Steinbeck, Victor Hugo, Toni Morrison and Ralph Ellison in a state maximum-security prison isn’t your average book club,
Part 3. We’re out in the yard now, and there are groups of men everywhere, hanging out in small groups, sitting around steel tables or