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AMERICAN VALUES MOTHERS DAY IN FEDERAL PRISON Responsive reader questions 1-3 What would you include in capsule portraits or thumbnail sketches of the women inmates Coyne describes in her article What kind of people are they Included in a capsule filled with the portraits or thumbnail sketches of the women inmates Coyne describes in her article at Federal Prison Camp for women in Pekin Illinois would be many personal items One thing would be certain is that the Mothers Day flower given to the mothers would be included in the capsule Next the dress made by the inmates would be included for two reasons The first reason is to show that the inmates did not have to be in prison uniforms for Mothers Day and second to show how important Mothers Day is to the inmates The clothing they wear symbolizes their excitement about Mothers Day and the hard work the inmates put into the preparation of the important day A good portion of the inmates in the minimum-security prison are normal women that were either in the wrong place at the wrong time or made a mistake in life Yet when they are with their families on Mothers Day it looks seems to be as if the prison doesnt truly exist do to the amount of joy filling the visiting room Is there a common element or common denominator in the histories of the inmates Is there anything to be learned from their stories The common element that happens to be in the histories of the inmates is that they are not hard core criminals If anything most of them are innocent and only guilty of helping a love one with no idea of what was happening In fact the main thing said by the families of the inmates is why should my love one be in here when there are worse
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