Curtis Lofton Interview

Prison Pipeline
program date: 
Mon, 02/15/2010

After serving 15 years, Curtis Lofton talked to us from Texas to tell us how he’s doing.  Curtis, an African American is unemployed. He didn’t learn a skill or get additional education while incarcerated, however he is clean and dry, optimistic and has a positive attitude. He is grateful for the support of his family and friends. We thank him for sharing his thoughts with us.

  • Length: 22:31 minutes (20.62 MB)
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Marilyn wasn’t able to contact you through the website, so she asked me to forward this to you. If you have any questions, let me know.








I'm finding there is no link per se because this was all direct messaging on twitter. 
So perhaps the best way is to vouch for my authenticity to Ruth Kovacs and ask her to email me or call me. 503-232-02837

Just ask her to set up a Twitter account and then follow MumiaAbulJamal.  Ask her to follow me as well: kamala22.  The guy's name is Mark and he's always looking for feeds from all over the world.  He called me his Portland connection but it's too big for me.  That's why I'd like to introduce the two of them.  Would you forward this message to her, Liam?  Thanks so much, my friend.

Marilyn Lipko



Curtis Lofton

Good Luck Curtis!  Thank you for sharing your story!  I wish you succcess in your search for employment and mostly I appreciate how positvie you have managed to be!



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