I think one of the hardest things about being a child whose a father who was in and out of prison was the judgment of other adults. Not only did people go on and on with simplistic messages about how people end up in prison, they also told us to our faces that our family problems, our troubles in school and more were all the result of “a culture of failure” and (most of) our parents being unmarried. It was hard enough being taught to build a relationship with my father over prison visits and letters, but the way we were taught to view our families and ourselves because of generational incarceration was dangerous.
Emerald Shaw, 25, Detroit, MI
Jumpsuits forever <3
(PS. I can’t wait to put this on my man. It’s been tooooooooo long)
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The Evolution Of Control
the evolution of man