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- Prison Renaissance Prison Renaissance is using visual, verbal, and performance art to create a culture of transformation to end cycles of incarceration. 0
- Judith Tannenbaum's site Judith taught poetry at SQ. She is a networker and amazing resource for prison arts info. She collaborates with prison poet Spoon Jackson and has written about her years teaching at SQ in “Disguised as a Poem.” 0
- San Quentin News We present a progressive approach to criminal justice policies by reporting on positive changes in prisoner behavior, particularly through rehabilitative efforts. 0
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So much. Too much.
I am, as usual, way behind in keeping up with all that is going on. So much to share. Charles “Talib” Brooks got out of prison a month ago! I was able to host him and Jonathan Chiu — who … Continue reading
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