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I wanted to convey how deeply I was affected by John Ws poem "The Prisoner's Lament" (N/D 2018). I thought it was an amazing piece of work, as did several others here at Oshkosh Correctional Institution. Let me add how wonderful it is that you now offer an opportunity for the prison population to be heard. Keep up the great work.

Jeffrey D | Oshkosh, WI

The January/February 2019 issue contains exceptionally good pieces. "Why the Catholic Church Is So Conflicted about Sex" by Daniel Kohanski is the best study of the subject I have read anywhere; "What Patriot Prayer is Praying For" by William Bradford Nichols is the best current journalistic report I have read in any humanist magazine; and "Can Humanism Overcome Hate?" by Clay Farris Naff is amazingly well informed by the latest social science research, exposing the underlying roots of a problem that has always been with us but is getting worse. I wish more people would spend less time on social media and more time reading the Humanist!

Homer Edward Price | Sylva, NC

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Title Annotation:LETTERS
Author:D, Jeffrey; Price, Homer Edward
Publication:The Humanist
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Mar 1, 2019
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