The summer 2007 issue of Correctional Forum is out today, and I think it looks quite lovely. The featured quote is from Prison Society founding member Dorothea Dix (pictured in a line drawing from Culture of Peace) who wrote: "Man is not made better by being degraded. He is seldom restrained from crime by harsh measures, except the principle of fear predominates in his character; and then he is never made radically better for its influence." Sing it, sister.
If you'd like to read CF, click here. Especially moving is a piece called "Hi! It's Me, Ada," by Janie Burd, one of our Official Visitors. I highly recommend it.