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John Walker

I made a special effort to attend Chris Wilson’s book signing for “The Master Plan” after my cousin from Her’tazhe and Osagie called me from Boston. Even though I was across the country the three of us supported yet another black male whose entire “wrongful” life experience as a youth resulted in circumstances that landed him in prison. In this instance, Chris had committed the crime. However, his authentic retelling and ultimate release were motivational. After that experience I pledged to support those imprisoned along the continuum from wrongfully convicted to “circumstantially” entrapped living while black (or as a person of color).”

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