Evie Litwok is the author of “Hitler Didn’t Kill Me, You Will,” and Volunteer Director of “Witness to Mass Incarceration,” a project dedicated to memorializing America’s 40-year history of mass incarceration. She is also an advocate for improving conditions for the aging female population both in prison and returning home.
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Friday, October 16, 2015
I Went to Prison at Age 60. Here’s What I Learned.
I was released from the Federal Correction Institution, Tallahassee one year ago. I was taken to the Greyhound bus station and given a ticket to head home to New York. For the first time in close to a year, I went unescorted to a store to buy a cup of coffee. I didn’t feel free. I felt anxious. I...