A Poignant 21 Seconds From San Quentin State Prison. ~ Robert Sturman Photography

Via elephant journal
on Nov 12, 2011
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Read the Anneke Lucas article/interview with above inmate, Bilal Chatman and others.

Follow Sturman’s artwork within the prison system  on Facebook.

 Learn more about the Prison Yoga Project and their trainings.










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10 Responses to “A Poignant 21 Seconds From San Quentin State Prison. ~ Robert Sturman Photography”

  1. Tanya Lee Markul says:

    Just yoga.

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    Tanya Lee Markul, Yoga Editor
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  2. YogaForMen says:

    WOW! Just the concept and promise of this project is amazing. We can't wait so see more, and hear more about the positive results from Robert and his photography.

  3. Anneke_Lucas says:

    I feel so privileged to have been there with you, putting your talent to work for the cause. Those images are really beautiful, the colors warm and bright like the atmosphere in that room. I look forward to many more posts from you.

  4. Robert says:

    And I look forward to the long, beautiful career you have just begun. It's exciting. And thank you for the articles you are about to write!

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