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I look forward to including more voices on this blog.
That is a not-so-subtle hint to my many friends and colleagues who are brilliant and dedicated to dismantling the PIC.
Letting go is not to try to change or blame others – but to make the most of myself. Letting go is not to be protective – it’s to permit another to face reality. Letting go is not to nag, scold, or argue – it is to search out my own shortcomings and correct them.
Letting go is not to adjust everything to my desires – but to take each day as it comes, and cherish myself in it.
We were having a conversation about solutions for preventing the arrest of so-many of our youth of color in Chicago.
Letting go is not to regret the past – but to grow and live for the future. – Anonymous This post originates from a comment made by a well-intentioned woman who attended an event that I co-organized this past weekend.I have also had the opportunity through this blog to connect with new allies who are fighting the good fight against the PIC.As Prison Culture enters its second year, I look forward to continuing to share what I learn with you.In the upcoming days, this site will catalogue some of the information that I come across as I research the way that the prison industrial complex intersects with all aspects of U. I will also use this site as a way to document how the prison industrial complex operates and the ways that it is impacting U. I am stunned at what this small personal effort has turned into. I hope to blog about interesting articles that I have read and to include new resources that I find useful. Well it seems hard to believe that it has already been one year but it has.