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After his Letters to a Young Brother was published in 2006, Hill Harper began receiving scores of letters that rapidly convinced him that he had a large, literally captive audience. Harper already knew that one of every six black males is now incarcerated, but these handwritten missives from African American prisoners translated those disturbing statistics into human terms. In this thoughtful, spellbinding book, the award-winning author offers encouragement and hope to the imprisoned and those who love them.