Anhelica Perez

#Oakland #Cali Writer & Content contributor for Street Culture.

Alice Marie Johnson advocates for others deserving clemency

After living behind bars for two decades, Alice Marie Johnson expected to continue to serve out her life sentence for a nonviolent offense in...

Two well respected mentors receive a grand farewell

Nearly 400 men, dressed in sky blue pullover shirts and dark blue pants with “Prisoner” lettered down the right leg, stood, clapped hands and...

“O’ DUNGEON MASTER, MY DUNGEON MASTER!

My most lovable & delightfully Large-Than-Life CHRISOPHER: You are the best of Us. Your Irrepressible & Irresistible Spirit convinced the rest of us we are...

Sentencing greatly varies between federal district judges

A new report by the U.S. Sentencing Commission revealed that sentencing for individuals who have committed the same crimes can greatly vary between federal...

Shifting the way we count incarcerated persons

A new law will give California prisoners political power by counting them as residents of their home communities rather than in the communities where...

More job opportunities opening up for formerly incarcerated

More job opportunities are opening up for parolees and others with criminal records, according to CNBC.com. The Prison Policy Initiative estimates unemployment among ex-felons...

Running principles apply inside and outside the classroom

Tommy Wickerd, Steven Brooks and Alvin Timbol For an incarcerated American that is housed at the venerable San Quentin State Prison,...

CGA banquet graduation focuses on recovery and change

Facilitators, former graduates and 2018 graduates CGA Dining on chicken and pizza, on Feb. 8, dozens of inmates picked up certificates...