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Incarceration and the Covid Conundrum

Who do we really need to lock up?

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It wasn’t long after the world had first shut down everything in a vain attempt to control the outbreak, that my alumnus, MCC federal prison, caught its first case of Covid. Suddenly, the government had yet another serious issue to deal with: Who goes to prison — and who do they release!




Prison is an experience like no other. But with the right frame of mind, you can come out a better person. Stories of spiritual uplifting live here.

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