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If You Google 'Miami Inmates,' You Might Discover A Poem

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Many prison programs work with inmates on their writing skills. The goal is to give them a vehicle to express themselves and to develop skills for those who have a chance at release. One program in Miami has teamed up with a monthlong poetry festival to try to publish some of these poems — in an unusual way.

Wilson Sayre (@WilsonSayre) of Here & Now contributor WLRN has more.

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