2011 Vol. 77 No. 1-3 Spring

Transformation of/in Prisons

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Features

  • Shackles and Sunlight
    by Kaia Stern
  • Eliminating Barriers to Post-Prison Reentry: Fellowship Interviews Mika'il DeVeaux
    by Jason Wyman
  • My Process of T'shuvah
    by Judith Clark
  • Our Collective Imprisonment and the Revolution of Love
    by Lucas Johnson
  • Shut Them Down!
    by Philip Brasfield
  • Power, Hurricanes, and Black Bodily Disintegration
    by Tiana Nobile
  • A Little Closer to Home
    by Calvin Malone
  • Behind Bars and Beyond
    by Dean Bucalos

Poetry

Departments

  • Editorial: Confronting the U.S. System of Punishment
    by Rima Vesely-Flad
  • Letters to the Editor
  • News of the Fellowship
    • Welcome Home Young War Vets (Now Pretend You Are Normal)
      by Jim Murphy
    • Responding to FBI Raids of Anti-war Activists
      by Newland Smith
    • Building Momentum Toward Death Penalty Abolition
      by Jeff Stack
    • Merton, Camus, and the Death Penalty
      by Mark Meade
    • Nonviolent Prison Strikes
      by Meredith Nicolich
  • Using Our Heads, Together: Establishing Trust and Accountability: An Integrated Approach to Research on Militarism
    by John Lindsay-Poland
  • Film Reviews: The Dhamma Brothers; God in America; Cross Wise
    edited by Alan Levin
  • Book Reviews: Reading Is My Window; The New Jim Crow; Ministry With Prisoners and Families; Ten African Heroes; The Peace and Violence of Judaism; Radical Homemakers; A House for Hope; The Heartbeat of God; From Warism to Pacifism; A Time to Plant
  • Obituaries
    edited by Jason Wyman and Linda Kelly
  • Recommended Resources
    edited by Tom Morrison
  • 2010 Fellowship Index

On the front cover: Kelvin Daniels shares a touching moment with his eight-year-old daughter, Jacquay, before the June 2005 graduation ceremony of the certificate in ministry and human services program at Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York. Photo courtesy of Ricky Flores/The Journal News.