Humans of San Quentin Shining a Light In Prison Cells by Sharing Stories from the Inside

Read About the Daily Lives Of People Incarcerated In Our CommunitiesSAN QUENTIN, Calif., Jan. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- At Humans of San Quentin,A they collect real stories shared by people incarcerated in prisons to bring awareness and build connections.A Their aim is to give voice to the unheard.A They aspire to educate and build compassion by sharing the lives of the humans living behind bars. Teacher and social justice advocate Diane Kahn works inside San Quentin to help those incarcerated earn their high school diploma and teaches them to mentor their peers. In the newsroom, Juan Haines, San Quentin resident and Senior Editor of the San Quentin News, was awarded the Silver Heart in 2017 for being "a voice for the voiceless." Juan is a shining example of journalists who bring stories of life in prison to the outside world. Behind the camera, the work of freelance photographer Eddie Herena - who was released from San Quentin after 14 years of incarceration - has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle. Working side by side, Juan, Eddie and Diane bring us the Humans of San Quentin.A 
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