Free Minds Book Club and Writing Workshop

Free Minds uses books and creative writing to empower incarcerated teenaged boys in Washington, DC to transform their lives. By mentoring and connecting them to supportive services throughout their incarceration into reentry, Free Minds inspires these youths to see their potential and achieve new educational and career goals.

Hill Harper after visiting the DC Jail Book Club

Hill Harper after visiting the DC Jail Book Club
Photo from Progress Report 'Something like Superheroes' (view small | med | large | orig)

Performing a group poem at Marymount University

Performing a group poem at Marymount University
Photo from Progress Report 'Teaching Each Other to Heal' (view small | med | large | orig)

FM member Latrae looking great at his new job

FM member Latrae looking great at his new job
Photo from Progress Report 'Teaching Each Other to Heal' (view small | med | large | orig)

Will (R) gives fellow member Deante job advice

Will (R) gives fellow member Deante job advice
Photo from Progress Report 'Teaching Each Other to Heal' (view small | med | large | orig)

Alisha meets Secretary of Education Arne Duncan!

Alisha meets Secretary of Education Arne Duncan!
Photo from Progress Report 'Teaching Each Other to Heal' (view small | med | large | orig)
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