MVFR founder Marie Deans Memoir To Be Released


"In my years of friendship with Marie Deans, going back decades, I must have said too, too often, "Time has come to write your memoirs." She promised it would be on her to-do list one day, but first she had to speed off to get here, get there and on down life's highways that might not have guardrails to save her from the mean turns and twists. It didn't matter. She had no taste for risk-free living, least of all when, as a death penalty abolitionist, she was battling for people she cared about: the dozens of condemned prisoners awaiting execution in dispiteous Southern cellblocks." 

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  • commented 2017-11-26 14:54:07 -0800
    Great article, I’ve read a few things about her in the past and I can’t wait to read her memoir to see what she had to say and what her thoughts were as she wrote them on paper.
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  • commented 2017-09-15 04:39:04 -0700
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