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At Freebird Publishers, we offer an impressive selection of prisoner publications like resource books, guides, newsletters, and more. We invite you to check our blog frequently for featured publications. Choose from a selection of publications specifically for inmates to publications written by inmates. If you have any questions, please call us at 888-712-1987

The over Use of Police Brutality and Harassment in Today's Society

Some of the most abusive people in history have committed terrible acts of violence and have abused the authority granted to them under state laws. This conduct has become so common place in America that the U.S. Congress enacted a number of federal laws to protect American citizens and prisoners alike. One such law is codified in The United States Code, Title 42, Section 1983. This statute provides that American citizens and prisoners can be compensated for damages caused by any person who abuses the state authority they have been granted. Violations of civil rights have occurred throughout this country for over 100 years- mostly against the most vulnerable Americans, those who have no me

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals takes action only days after concerns are raised in the case of Jeffrey Epstein's death. Mr. Epstein was found dead in his jail cell on Saturday, August 10, 2019. His death occurred less than a day after a trove of court documents was made public- documents that implicated many rich and powerful men from social circles frequented by Mr. Epstein. Those concerned include former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and scientist Richard Stallman. Mr. Epstein was alleged to have offered testimony against other men of influence, claiming that may have also been involved in sexual offences. In an unrelated but similar case, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appea

Reducing Crime in American Neighborhoods

The First Step Act is the first significant step in fighting crime in the last two centuries. The new law reduces crime by preparing departing prisoners for several types of success. Successful prisoners who become productive members of American communities, avoid becoming re-offenders on their way back to prison. The First Step Act also invited companies and non-governmental organizations to assist prisoners in engaging in productive activities. Companies that provide inmate services are indispensable in providing productive activities. Freebird Publishers has stepped out from the crowd by offering an inmate publication process. When prisoners become authors, their lives change, they leave

Change America by Being a Mentor

This legacy is based on influence that children develop their moral compass in their early years. That compass is what guides their judgment in the years that follow. A single broken link in a child's chain of development can have a negative effect on the rest of their life. In some cases, a poor choice can result in long incarcerations. After which a change must be made to set a misguided compass back on course. That's why Penacon, a inmate pen pal/friend website has stepped forward to offer a second chance. They now make it possible for anyone, who wants to have a positive influence on a hurting soul, to take the opportunity to set someone's life back on track. Prisons across America are

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