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Our Fight for Justice

Welcome newcomers and welcome back to everyone else. Thank you for the support and love we have received lately, it means everything to us.   Please help us fight for justice by signing our petition, liking our video, sharing and … Continue reading

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My Invictus

Sean wrote this poem for his Inside Out writers class. Invictus means unconquerable and was a poem written by William Ernest Henley in 1875. Sean wrote his own rendition of it.    My Invictus In the nightmare that holds me … Continue reading

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Sean’s Chronos (Letters of Recommendation from Staff)

The following are some of the most recent letters of recommendation (Chronos) written by prison staff for Sean’s commutation. A chrono is not something that comes easily. It is not something you will find in an inmate’s file unless they have … Continue reading

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DVI 1: Welcome to Tracy

The following is the first in a series of posts Sean is writing about his experience at Duel Vocational Institution in 2006. Built in 1953, DVI is located in San Joaquin, CA. It serves as a reception center for all … Continue reading

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Family Visit 9: Two Suns

Family Visit: November 3, 2018. Sean and I stood together at the fence line outside our Family Visit unit. The sun was setting with vibrant pink hues bouncing off the clouds on the horizon in front of us. The air … Continue reading

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Prison Cell Layout

Layout and writing by Sean November 2018

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Family Visit 8: True Colors

Sean and I had our 8th Family Visit September 22nd-24th 2018. Family Visiting seems separated from the rest of the world, and it is. It feels cut off from everything, sort of like being aware while dreaming. Maybe it’s because … Continue reading

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