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  • Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time
  • Susan Madden Lankford
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  • 02 January 2020
  • 9780979236600

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    summary Þ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Susan Madden Lankford PDF NEW [Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time] Large book Awkward size Riveting accounts of inmate life inside a womens' jail Not prison Huge difference which I had no clue about before this book Violence starts in childhood in the homeCrime begins in the crib Jean HarrisUp to 76 percent of women who commit felonies are first arrested for prostitution The above are

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    read & download Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time PDF NEW [Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time] Susan Madden Lankford ´ 3 download When I received my copy of Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes I thought that this would be an easy read a simple read Firstly it looks a bit like a coffee table book I thought that this would be something to browse but just a harsher subject matterBoy was I fooledSusan Madden Lankford was not there at the jailhouse

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    read & download Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time PDF NEW [Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time] Susan Madden Lankford ´ 3 download 4 12 stars Maggots in my Sweet Potatoes is an impressive book impressive in that you will come away with an expanded and perhaps new impression of what life is like in a women's jail Ms Lankford is a photojournalist and this large format 13” x 10” book is filled with stark black and white photos It is not however just another coffee tab

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    read & download Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time summary Þ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Susan Madden Lankford Susan Madden Lankford ´ 3 download I won a copy of this book through GoodReads First Reads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review So here we goWhen I fir

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    PDF NEW [Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time] A giveaway win so thank you 35 stars rounded up because it was freeI found this a compelling read the photos are interesting but it didn't really tell me anything I didn't know and it left me with a lot of uestions The jail visits an

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    PDF NEW [Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time] This is another I may have built up in my head The subject fascinates me yet I barely got into this before deciding not to finishIf anyone wants to get ignorant about me rating a book I barely got into I'll make you a deal I won't review books

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Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time review · 103 And white photographs of the jailed and jailers in order to create a bridge between those who. 4 12 stars Maggots in my Sweet Potatoes is an impressive book impressive in that you will come away with an expanded and perhaps new impression of what life is like in a women s jail Ms Lankford is a photojournalist and this large format 13 x 10 book is filled with stark black and white photos It is not however just another coffee table book The author follows the stories of real people and this book should be read not just thumbed throughJails are very different than prisons In jails there is such a mixture of serious criminals and the truly innocent who can t post bail while awaiting trial There are people there who should be in prison but are in jail because of the prisons overcrowding There are the mentally ill who need treatment and there are those who pretend to be mentally ill so they can scam the system It is a very mixed society and difficult to deal withThe author has a great deal of empathy for the people she interviews but she doesn t get overly fluffy about it does not excuse the wrong things that have been done by them She does however explain how their early lives filled with poverty and crime made it likely that these women would end up in jail and prison than most of us would Of course that isn t always the case There was the well educated interior decorator who charged thousands on a credit card that wasn t hers oops don t you hate it when that happens The book is also about how we as a society have not found the solution how people who can be rehabilitated are often instead made worse by incarceration Huge amounts of money and numbers of lives are wasted because we do not know how to handle these criminalsThis book is part of a trilogy that includes Downtown USA and the not yet published Born Not Raised to be published in May 2011 and I look forward to reading both of those This book is beautiful but I have one small uibble although the layout is lovely to view some of the text is too small to read easily especially for such a large and heavy book And I want to be able to read it allThank you to the publisher Humane Exposures and the author for giving me a copy of the book Winning The Player real people and this book should be Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 read not just thumbed throughJails are very different than prisons In jails there is such a mixture of serious criminals and the truly innocent who can t post bail while awaiting trial There are people there who should be in prison but are in jail because of the prisons overcrowding There are the mentally ill who need treatment and there are those who pretend to be mentally ill so they can scam the system It is a very mixed society and difficult to deal withThe author has a great deal of empathy for the people she interviews but she doesn t get overly fluffy about it does not excuse the wrong things that have been done by them She does however explain how their early lives filled with poverty and crime made it likely that these women would end up in jail and prison than most of us would Of course that isn t always the case There was the well educated interior decorator who charged thousands on a credit card that wasn t hers oops don t you hate it when that happens The book is also about how we as a society have not found the solution how people who can be A Year Down Yonder rehabilitated are often instead made worse by incarceration Huge amounts of money and numbers of lives are wasted because we do not know how to handle these criminalsThis book is part of a trilogy that includes Downtown USA and the not yet published Born Not Raised to be published in May 2011 and I look forward to Getting Naked reading both of those This book is beautiful but I have one small uibble although the layout is lovely to view some of the text is too small to Invisible Jim Crow read easily especially for such a large and heavy book And I want to be able to The Vault Guide to the Case Interview read it allThank you to the publisher Humane Exposures and the author for giving me a copy of the book

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Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time review · 103 Are imprisoned and the general population who can make the necessary changes if called to actio. I read an article about Madden Lankford in the San Diego Union Tribune that described her as a photographer She s published three books and I thought her subject matter sounded interesting So I checked her first book Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes out from the libraryI would not describe this book as a book of photographs It does have a lot of photographs but it also has a lot of dialogue with the inmates guards councilors and others The book follows too many inmates and it is hard for me to keep their stories straight Also a lot of the dialogue feels like I ve entered the conversation in the middle I think this book would have been better as a documentary or if it had just followed one inmate Or for example there s an inmate on trial for murder but there are a few other people associated with the murder In this book you only learn of the one inmate s perspective It might have been interesting to learn about the event from the perspectives of the other suspects as well as the homicide officer and other parties involved in the crime I skimmed the last half of the book mostly because I was curious as to how this would wrap upif there was going to be a call to action The book ends by discussing how women in prison are sort of a self fulfilling prophesy The women are abusedneglected as children so they turn to a life of crime they become mothers themselves they don t know how to raise kids their kids go through the same cycle and it becomes perpetuating There isn t really a call to action other than to state that the current criminal justice system isn t serving to help these women and that money might be better spent training councilors etc to work with these people and their children Honestly it s a depressing subject matter and the book doesn t do anything to inspire me to help The Lost Lupin read an article about Madden Lankford in the San Diego Union Tribune that described her as a photographer She s published three books and I thought her subject matter sounded interesting So I checked her first book Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes out from the libraryI would not describe this book as a book of photographs It does have a lot of photographs but it also has a lot of dialogue with the inmates guards councilors and others The book follows too many inmates and it is hard for me to keep their stories straight Also a lot of the dialogue feels like I ve entered the conversation in the middle I think this book would have been better as a documentary or if it had just followed one inmate Or for example there s an inmate on trial for murder but there are a few other people associated with the murder In this book you only learn of the one inmate s perspective It might have been interesting to learn about the event from the perspectives of the other suspects as well as the homicide officer and other parties involved in the crime I skimmed the last half of the book mostly because I was curious as to how this would wrap upif there was going to be a call to action The book ends by discussing how women in prison are sort of a self fulfilling prophesy The women are abusedneglected as children so they turn to a life of crime they become mothers themselves they don t know how to Chrysanthemum raise kids their kids go through the same cycle and it becomes perpetuating There isn t After the Falls really a call to action other than to state that the current criminal justice system isn t serving to help these women and that money might be better spent training councilors etc to work with these people and their children Honestly it s a depressing subject matter and the book doesn t do anything to inspire me to help

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Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes Women Doing Time review · 103 In depth interviews enhanced by research with outside professionals are combined with 326 black. When I received my copy of Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes I thought that this would be an easy read a simple read Firstly it looks a bit like a coffee table book I thought that this would be something to browse but just a harsher subject matterBoy was I fooledSusan Madden Lankford was not there at the jailhouse in San Diego simply to snap photos so that we could see the inside She followed many of the prisoners and even some former prisoners who shared their stories and experiences in raw detail This book left uite an impression on me I took it with me to Jomtien a beach community in Thailand to read over a weekend I found myself staying up late into the night to get through the stories this book containsIt should be of no surprise to the reader to find that most all of the women who were researched and interviewed for this book came from broken homes and the majority of them saw drugs and prostitution as the only life they could live Susan Madden Lankford doesn t leave this entirely to the study of these female inmates She does give us background information about the status of the jails and prison systems in America One of the tragic women in the book has been haunting me since reading this book Her name is Kristina EdwardsTo look at the photos of Kristina Edwards you would think that she could even be the girl next door yet we are introduced to her as a pregnant teen runaway eighteen years old at the time the book was researched who gave birth while incarcerated and was convicted of murder Kristina is now doing twenty five to life in a California prison and will never get the chance to raise her daughter That job fell to her estranged mother who wasn t much of a mother to Kristina Later in the week after returning to Bangkok I found myself doing a Google search on Kristina s name and case that s how much this book can get under your skin It can leave you with a feeling of hopelessness or if you are that kind of person it can make you appreciate what you have a home to go home to with someone there who loves youThe book is well photographed and well written The author did a very professional job and I hope she continues on this path Susan Madden Lankford is telling many of the stories that we ignore to our own detriment THE WALLPAPER CHASE research with outside professionals are combined with 326 black. When I SpongeBob Mix Match received my copy of Maggots in My Sweet Potatoes I thought that this would be an easy Rules of the Knife Fight read a simple Know What I Saw? read Firstly it looks a bit like a coffee table book I thought that this would be something to browse but just a harsher subject matterBoy was I fooledSusan Madden Lankford was not there at the jailhouse in San Diego simply to snap photos so that we could see the inside She followed many of the prisoners and even some former prisoners who shared their stories and experiences in The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections raw detail This book left uite an impression on me I took it with me to Jomtien a beach community in Thailand to Gunnin' For Love read over a weekend I found myself staying up late into the night to get through the stories this book containsIt should be of no surprise to the MIA Hunter reader to find that most all of the women who were Overlords of Atlantis and the Great Pyramid researched and interviewed for this book came from broken homes and the majority of them saw drugs and prostitution as the only life they could live Susan Madden Lankford doesn t leave this entirely to the study of these female inmates She does give us background information about the status of the jails and prison systems in America One of the tragic women in the book has been haunting me since Magic and Mayhem reading this book Her name is Kristina EdwardsTo look at the photos of Kristina Edwards you would think that she could even be the girl next door yet we are introduced to her as a pregnant teen Good bye runaway eighteen years old at the time the book was The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People researched who gave birth while incarcerated and was convicted of murder Kristina is now doing twenty five to life in a California prison and will never get the chance to Milk and CookiesA Frank Asch Bear Story A Parents Magazine Read Aloud Original raise her daughter That job fell to her estranged mother who wasn t much of a mother to Kristina Later in the week after Greek to Me Learning New Testament Greek Through Memory Visualization returning to Bangkok I found myself doing a Google search on Kristina s name and case that s how much this book can get under your skin It can leave you with a feeling of hopelessness or if you are that kind of person it can make you appreciate what you have a home to go home to with someone there who loves youThe book is well photographed and well written The author did a very professional job and I hope she continues on this path Susan Madden Lankford is telling many of the stories that we ignore to our own detriment