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Social Justice Advocate Interviews Transgender Federal Inmate about Abhorrent Healthcare

Sangye Rinchen and Christopher Zoukis PETERSBURG, Va., Oct. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Social justice advocate, author, and inmate, Christopher Zoukis, recently met with Sangye Rinchen, a transgender federal prison inmate incarcerated for bank robbery at FCI Petersburg – a medium-security federal prison in Petersburg, Virginia. What he learned was frightening. Since 2012, Rinchen has tried

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Support PrisonEducation.com on Huffington Post

By Christopher Zoukis  Image courtesy huffingtonpost.com As I’ve previously reported here at Prison Education News, I am now a contributing writer at the Huffington Post.  For the most part, I focus my work there on America’s broken criminal justice system.  This I feel helps to expose wrongs that need to be addressed, and by doing

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Support PrisonLawBlog.com on Huffington Post

By Christopher Zoukis I come to you again with good news concerning my prison reform advocacy.  As previously reported here at the Prison Law Blog, I am now an authorized contributing writer at the Huffington Post.  It is there that I spend most of my time bringing issues within the Federal Bureau of Prisons to

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HuffPo: 5 Items to Send Your Incarcerated Loved One

My next Huffington Post article was just published on their Crime Blog.  The article is “5 Best Items To Send Your Loved One In Prison.”  Click on the following link to be taken to the article. 5 Best Items To Send Your Loved One In Prison If you like it, I’d greatly appreciate you tweeting,

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What to Send Your Loved One in Prison

If you’re interested in the best things to send your incarcerated loved ones, check out my latest post on The Huffington Post: “5 Best Items To Send Your Loved One In Prison.”  Click on the following link to be taken to the article: 5 Best Items To Send Your Loved One In Prison If you

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Prison Law Blog on Huffington Post

By Randall Radic We at the Prison Law Blog have some exciting news to share today: Christopher Zoukis, PrisonLawBlog.com founder, has been accepted as a Huffington Post contributing writer.  Thus far he has published three articles on the site, all of which have resulted in significant attention in the press and social media.  You can

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