The Penal Press - A History of Prison from Within

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The majority of this issue is made up of Jaycee items, as the penitentiary unit is made an official member, including an outline of what a Jaycee is and why one should become a Jaycee. Also included are... Read More

This issue addresses the need for a halfway house in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, and discusses ideas put to the administration regarding photographs of inmates for families and selling hobby... Read More

This issue addresses the benefits of the Youth Speak program, the organization of the Bridge View Jaycees, and achieving unity with First Nations. Also included are articles on the necessity of day parole,... Read More

This issue discusses the success of the Youth Speak program, opinion pieces on being self-aware and the lack of understanding between the older and younger generations, and an editorial about the “heroin... Read More

This short issue of BridgeViews includes an article about the “Youth Speak” program, in which prisoners talk to young people and their parents about the pitfalls of “following in [their]... Read More