That Bird Has My Wings
That Bird Has My Wings tells the story of Jarvis Jay Masters’ childhood with parents addicted to heroin, an abusive foster family, a life of crime and imprisonment, and the eventual embracing of Buddhism while on Death Row at San Quentin State Prison. A cautionary tale for kids in danger of following the same path, his book is also meant to inspire government officials and social service professionals who are truly in a position to fix our broken system.
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