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https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=xf4H–fCZt4 A video clip explaining the importance of Kairos to so many. Shawn is part of an ongoing program of events that they host at Marion CI.
I loved this example of how strength can come from adversity Charlie Oen, you are inspiration and a role model, I wish you well in all you do.
Shawn wants to publicize the campaign below and encourage anyone who is affected by the huge fees charged by companies who are the gatekeepers to many of the resources the men have access to within prison. Just as there has … Continue reading →
Prison inmates growing food for poor neighbours The link above is to a Washington Post article that outlines returning to the idea of prison gardens that benefit both inmates and the community, similar to the one Shawn mentioned in his latest blogpost. … Continue reading →
A powerful video of the meeting between Ricky Jackson and the man who, as a boy, was responsible for him spending 39 years in prison, wrongfully convicted. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/exonerated-man-meets-the-liar-who-put-him-away-for-39-years/ “All these years I’ve been holding this shame and guilt inside, wanting … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Life After Innocence:
At the Center, a production created by Tim Touhy and performed by the Chicago Dramatists Theater, focuses on the ripple effect of wrongful convictions across the lives of the many different people affected by…