by Sylvia A. Harvey
The Marshall Project Life Inside series
"As a child, I got used to the barbed wire gates and the officer holding a rifle in the gun tower. I knew prison guards would make me undo my hair in the hopes of finding heroin tucked in the folds of my braids. It was merely the price I had to pay the prison deities. In exchange for surrendering my freedom, I was allowed to see my father."
What this is about
Learning asks us to change – so that the world might be a place for all are free to thrive