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On Resilience

"In the criminal system, having your life constrained and restricted, even after your sentence is over, has become a fact of life."

AbolitionWorksTN Founding Organizer, Jeff Noland, shares his insights on his continuing punishment after incarceration.


"Most people are not sentenced to prison for life; their punishments are only supposed to last a certain amount of time. Yet in our current criminal legal system, having your life constrained and restricted, even after your sentence is over, has become a fact of life."


Read the entire essay at:

https://inquest.org/on-resilience/

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