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What I Wrote to My Dad—In Prison

POPS—Pain Of the Prison System issued writing prompts to kids to encourage letter writing to their incarcerated fathers. Here's an example from one of the kids in the club. The post What I Wrote to My Dad—In Prison appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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