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Incarceration & buddhism

Below are the best resources we could find on Incarceration and buddhism.

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We’re All Doing Time: A Guide to Getting Free

Often called “The Convict’s Bible,” this book is also relevant and important to any spiritual seeker. Interfaith wisdom, divided into 3 sections: The Big View describes Bo and Sita Lozoff’s life of activism and spiritual exploration.

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David Sheff Follows the Buddhist Journey of a San Quentin Inmate in Latest Book

Like a lot of people with newfound interest in Buddhist meditation, Jarvis Jay Masters struggled at first to sit still and quiet his mind.

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The Buddhist on Death Row: How One Man Found Light in the Darkest Place

Jarvis Jay Masters’s early life was a horror story whose outline we know too well. Born in Long Beach, California, his house was filled with crack, alcohol, physical abuse, and men who paid his mother for sex.

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Noble Black Manhood: A New Rite of Passage

Pamela Ayo Yetunde suggests how Buddhism can address the mass incarceration of young black men and its terrible costs.

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