Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V25 # 2

Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V25 # 2

Edited by: Sandra Lehalle, Vicki Chartrand, Jennifer M. Kilty

140 Pages · 9x6 · December 1 2016

Paper ISBN: 9780776624914

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Description

Contributors explore how educating oneself behind bars, particularly through peer and independent learning, has liberatory and transformative potential.

EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION
Transforming Carceral Agendas through Education:
Considering the Importance of Teaching and Learning in Prison
Vicki Chartrand, Jennifer M. Kilty and Sandra Lehalle...........................1

ARTICLES
An Unconstrained Mind in a Shackled Body
Michael Fiorini .........................................................................................6
Prison Education:
My Piece of Resistance
Shebuel Bel ...............................................................................................9
Freedom in Education
Ismael Bonano ........................................................................................13
Mis-Education
Jermaine Archer .....................................................................................18
The Building Blocks That Lead to Higher Education:
Programs Provide Direction Behind Prison Walls
Wilfredo Laracuente ...............................................................................28
A Purpose Driven Life:
My Journey from Student to Teacher
Chad Walton ...........................................................................................33
The Value of Education in Prison:
Beyond the Quantitative Data
Percy Levy ..............................................................................................38
Development through Diff erent Forms of Pedagogy
Christopher Shea ....................................................................................42
If a Red Horse is Red, is a Blue Horse Blue?
Vincent Charles Villebrun .......................................................................47                                                                  Social Justice Praxis within the Walls to Bridges Program:
Pedagogy of Oppressed Federally Sentenced Women
Rachel Fayter .........................................................................................56
Attempting to Secure a University Education while in Prison
Petey .......................................................................................................72
Manufacturing Revolutionaries, Suppressing Dissent
Kevin D. Sawyer .....................................................................................80
Incarcerated Scholars, Qualitative Inquiry, and Subjugated Knowledge:
The Value of Incarcerated and Post-incarcerated Scholars
in the Age of Mass Incarceration
Michelle Jones ........................................................................................98

RESPONSE
Looking Back on Learning Inside the Walls:
A Review of Previous JPP Special Issues on Prison Education
Samantha McAleese ..............................................................................112
Past Time for Change
Simone Weil Davis ................................................................................131

PRISONERS’ STRUGGLES
A Doorway Out of Darkness: Education to Heal
A Manifesto by Men Who Are Incarcerated .........................................136

COVER ART
Untitled
Anonymous ...........................................................................................140