‘I’m being treated like I’m not a person’

I posted about the article in the Chronicle that came out on July 25 featuring Brothers in Pen writers Troy Williams and Watani Stiner. Another article also came out in the Chronicle on July 30 for which I was interviewed: “‘I’m being treated like I’m not a person’: Fear and disease inside San Quentin.” It quotes former members of the class Adnan Khan and Wayne Boatwright, and considers what it’s like inside in the midst of COVID. I have appreciated that the Chronicle has kept the story in the headlines and has covered it empathetically.

You can read it here.

About Brothers In Pen

Brothers in Pen is the collective name of the Wednesday Night Creative Writing Class at San Quentin State Prison facilitated by Zoe Mullery.
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