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Tag Archives: Alison Schwinn
No Lonely Roads Really Exist…
“This will always be your home.” A very very dear friend, who I definitely did NOT spend enough time with while in Mexico, Violeta Elena, was one of the first, and not the last to say this as I prepared … Continue reading
Rubin Carter, Roda, freedom, and aspiring.
Rubin Carter – wow. After listening to NPR and discovering the amazing story of Rubin Carter – his 20 years prison term that was unfairly unconvicted of – wow, I can barely say much about story that speaks for itself and … Continue reading
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