It's Kina Hard Da' Cry Art and Writing By Adults Incarcerated

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  • Copyright: 2021-09-01
  • Publisher: Arissa Media Group, LLC
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Wisdom Behind the Walls book series (WBW) is one of the only ongoing book series dedicated to writing and art by adults incarcerated. WBW is dedicated to supporting adults in and getting out of prison and jail. WBW provides support through reintegration and by publishing their voices. WBW is dedicated to providing a space and place for the voices of adults who are incarcerated to critically express their experiences related to the criminal justice system, school system, and their community. WBW supports incarcerated adults to express themselves non-violently. Therefore, when you read this book series, writing may often not reflect colonial engli$h.

Author Biography

Anthony J. Nocella II, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of criminology and criminal justice at Salt Lake Community College, Editor of the Peace Studies Journal, National Co-Coordinator of Save the Kids, Director of Academy for Peace Education, and Director of Outdoor Empowerment. Nocella is grounded in the fields of peace, and conflict studies, justice studies, and education. Dr. Nocella has published more than fifty scholarly articles or book chapters and over forty books; his most recent books include “From Education to Incarceration: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline” (Peter Lang Publi Marisol Adriana Burgueño has dedicated her career to public advocacy and to the intersections of design and social impacts. Marisol received her MA in Product Design & Development from ELISAVA Barcelona School of Engineering, and holds a BA in Industrial Design from the California College of the Arts. Marisol began her career through various roles in product design and visual communications for social entrepreneurship companies. After leaving the for-profit sector, she mobilized her knowledge of design and her background in communications to work with nonprofit anti-violence organizations and Lucas Alan Dietsche is currently pursuing his Masters in Criminology/Criminal Justice in University of Wisconsin-Platteville. His Master’s Thesis is on “Poetic Justice” to use poetry for healing, dissuasion, and help trauma-affected system-involved youth. Currently living in Superior, Wisconsin he is a self-taught poet he published works such as “Word Out:Under the Big Top of Dodge and Stanley Correctional Facilities, “Elba:Memoirs of an Ex-Capitalist”, “Commies and Zombies”, “Since the Oregon Trail,” “Moods are Like Wisconsin Weather”, and “Kapshida.” He has published poetry in Transformative Frank Hernandez serves as Dean of the College of Education at TCU. Prior to his work at TCU, Dr. Hernandez served as Associate Dean & The Harold and Annette Simmons Endowed Chair in Educational Policy and Leadership at the Simmons School of Education at Southern Methodist University. Dr. Hernandez’ research work has focused on four areas of inquiry: Latinos and school leadership, Latino racial identity development, inclusive leadership for LGBTQ students, and leadership for social justice. He has published extensively on Latino leadership, including two books: Abriendo Puertas, Cerrando Herida Jonathan Paul has been an activist since his late teens. In the mid 1980s Jonathan traveled to California to join the animal rights movement. In 1997 Jonathan was one of the co-founders of the U.S. Hunt Saboteurs focused on disrupting trophy hunting of Bighorn Sheep, Bear, Bison, Tule Elk, Bison, and other wild species. Over the decades Jonathan founded Sea Defense Alliance, Ocean Defense International, America’s Whale Alliance, Siskiyou Forest Defenders, Global Investigations, and is currently on the advisory board of Civil Liberties Defense Center. Jonathan has also been jailed for 6 months Ricardo Levins Morales is a social justice art warrior, speaker and activist based in Minneapolis. He has long been involved in struggles for labor rights and social justice and is currently active in the movement for police abolition. His images are widely used in schools, publications, organizing campaigns and protests. Jordan Halliday is the Founder & Creative Director of Pinebee Creative, an award-winning Creative Design Studio based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jordan has assisted thousands of brands, both large and small, with creative design and development; from Disney, Nickelodeon, Carhartt & Taco Bell to local non-profits & small businesses. When not helping clients with their creative needs, Jordan also teaches Graphic Design & Web Development at Salt Lake Community College. Jordan is an activist, grand jury resister & former political prisoner with a passion for prisoner support. Jordan sits on the boar Save the Kids (STK), is a fully-volunteer

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