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In this class we talk about:
Going to jail as a young adult.
- Trying to find your place in college.
- Becoming popular by buying and selling weed.
- Sampling acid and mushrooms during college.
- Being watched by the cops for a secret indictment for nine months.
- Anticipating sentencing and the phases that you go through.
- Skipping class and having very strong depression.
- Learning to appreciate what you have.
- Becoming more responsible and accountable.
- Trying to pass the time in jail.
- The horrible food in jail.
- Being in solitary confinement.
- The power and social standards in prison.
- Being part of a warden’s band in prison.
- Playing sand volleyball in prison.
- Becoming educated in prison by taking college classes.
- Finding out who you are in prison.
- Learning life lessons that you could not learn in college.
- The Blues being something that black people see that white people can’t see.
- Responding to violence in prison.
- Burying your fear of going to prison after prison.
- Having the feeling of being free.
- Having elements of PTSD.
- Empathizing with other races.
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