Prison From The Inside Out by William "Mecca" Elmore

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"Words are more powerful than bars." Jaki Shelton Greene, North Carolina Poet Laureate. Prison From the Inside Out is both a book and an act of trust: A black man from New Jersey and a white woman from New York meet in a workshop at a North Carolina prison. They decide they have something to tell the world about incarceration, self-esteem, personal growth, survival, and the power of trust. Together they have created this book. "A 5-Star Gold Winner. For anyone who wishes to look at the larger picture of the justice system." Literary Titan Review. $9.99 SHOP NOW

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