Panelists shared stories, letters, and poems about life behind bars before an audience of around 35 people. Listen to this episode of documentaries to find out more. The Don was raised by his grandmother, Sally Cotton. Madison-based LGBT Books to Prisoners and Asheville-based Tranzmission Prison Projectwhich both offer book giving programs for incarcerated queer and trans people, accept donations directly. Love, your friend Chris Kayper. The study found that one-third of its twenty-three respondents who had been in Canadian prisons reported experiencing physical violence.
A particular focus is on advocating for policies that would place transgender inmates into the prison populations with which they identify.
This generation are part of a system of industrial imprisonment, a war on drugs and a culture obsessed with the right to carry a gun. When Ali Winters found herself bored and lonely in a small town in WA, she chose an unusual hobby: The Don was raised by her mother—his grandmother Sally Cotton.
He was just 16 when he committed his crime and 18 when a jury sentenced him to death.