Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V27 #1

Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, V27 #1

General Issue

Edited by: Justin Piché, Kevin Walby

128 Pages · 9x6 · July 11 2018

Paper ISBN: 9780776627601

PDF ISBN: 9780776627618

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Description

VOLUME 27, NUMBER 1 (2018) is a general issue featuring several articles examining aging, suffering and death behind the walls. This edition of the journal also features a section dedicated to "Continuing the Dialogue on Canada's Federal Penitentiary System" edited by Jarrod Shook, along with Prisoners' Struggles pieces and a book review. 
INTRODUCTION FROM THE ISSUE EDITORS

Penal Depth, Weight, Tightness and Breadth
Reflections on Aging, Suffering and Death Behind the Walls
Justin Piché and Kevin Walby ..................................................................1

ARTICLES

Growing Old in the Gulag
Gerald Niles ............................................................5

An Opiate Addiction Crisis Behind Bars
Charles N. Diorio ...............................................................................8

Hepatitis C and Me
Treatment and Cure
Charles N. Diorio.................................................................................13

Mass(achusetts) Incarceration of the Elderly
Morally Questionable, Costly and Unnecessary for Public Safety
Dirk Greineder ................................................................................17

Observations from Inside on Execution Day
T.A. Mahon-Haft ................................................................................55

Rehabilitation and Re-Entry
A New Vision
Shakkir Talib Mujahid................................................................................61

CONTINUING THE DIALOGUE ON CANADA'S FEDERAL PENITENTIARY SYSTEM

A Little Less Conversation, A Lot More Action
Jarrod Shook ................................................................................70

Inadequate Resources for and Access to Penitentiary Libraries Diminish Access to Justice and Transformation
Nellie Parr................................................................................86

On the Erosion of Rehabilitation
A Writer from Mission Institution................................................................................89

In Between Bouts of Depression and Apathy
Reflections from Riverbend Institution
1417 from Riverbend Institution................................................................................93

Effects of Long-term Incarceration on the Elderly
David W. Threinen................................................................................97

RESPONSE

Aging in Prisons
It Only Gets Worse
Susan Nagelsen, Charles Huckelbury................................................................................102

PRISONERS' STRUGGLES

Fighting for Improvements to the Experience and Outcomes of Incarceration
Prisoners United................................................................................105-107

Resisting Dehumanization
Books to Prisoners Seattle................................................................................108

Middle Street Publishing
Using Technology to Advocate from Inside a Federal Prison
Christopher Zoukis................................................................................113

InterNational Prisoners' Family Conference
Carolyn Esparza................................................................................117

Unusually Cruel: Prisons, Punishment, and the Real American Exceptionalism
by Marc Morjé Howard
Jason Warr................................................................................122

COVER ART
“Untitled” (front cover)
Muhammed Ansi.........................................................................................128
“Untitled” (back cover)
Muhammed Ansi ...............................................................................................128