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ISSN : Online date, start — end: Return to Book Page. This is a true story. John Smith an alias robbed a bank and was sent to prison for 10 years. This journal represents his prison experiences along with his innermost, personal thoughts. He claims to have read books since his imprisonment in mid The publisher left the journals narrative without paragraphs, in hop This is a true story.

The publisher left the journals narrative without paragraphs, in hope of representing the hand-written notebook paper his manuscript composed. Smith says writing paper is valuable in prison and he must use all space available. Smith occupies a prison cell present day, April He has sent journal entries reaching August, , which will be made into volumes consisting of thousand word allotments.

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More filters. Sort order. Sep 15, Laura of Lurking rated it really liked it. Originally reviewed on LauraofLurking Strong language: None Drugs: None Violence: None Sexual content: None This short book is a collection of real life journals from a man in an American prison, starting a long sentence. The layout is unusual in that each entry is made up of one large paragraph as this is how it was written when sent to the publisher due to lack of paper to write on.

I think this aspect, while strange to read at first helps you to immerse yourself in what life in like inside. When things went sour he asked a friend for help. This Article puts forth a theoretical argument for schools, specifically schools operating under the governance of a state takeover district in a predominately Black school district with a predominately Black-elected school board, to be held liable for participating in disciplinary practices that are linked to the school-to-prison pipeline.

The Article first traces the roots of the State-Created Danger Doctrine and then discusses the role of education reform policies in enabling the school-to-prison pipeline. Next, the Article provides a statistical analysis of three case studies in state takeover districts Detroit, Memphis, and New Orleans.

My research found no instances where the state takeover district disrupted the school-to-prison pipeline, but I discovered multiple instances where state takeover districts have exacerbated the school-to-prison pipeline. Finally, this Article provides a critical race critique of the school-to-prison pipeline and the few tools that Black people have to combat this form of racial subjugation in light of education reform policies.

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