I'm please to thanks you for your commitment to people that are incarcerated, as a former inmate and former BLACK INMATE FRIENDS & ASEMBLY chairman, am extending my gratitude on behalf of all inmates in federal prison.
To be honest, I was a little bit skeptical about your program, when one of our members asked us to include Think twice in the Black History event in Fenbrook Institution. I honestly didn’t think it will fit the direction I wanted and I must admit I fought hard against you coming in. But due to popular demand I gave in and extend an invitation to your organization THINK TWICE. To my surprise, your performance during the black history month event was EPIC and the way you were able to use it to garner the attention of all the inmate it was amazing, the messages resonated and was relatable to EACH inmate, the fact is, the inmates were still discussing the message that they receive from your craft. I have to say THINK TWICE left a lasting effect of hope on me and several other inmates. Thank you, I hope this letter will provide you with a much needed gratitude, as I know it may not be easy to continue to motivate some of us that need it, but your presence is much more than you know. I hope THINK TWICE will continue to be an inspiration to all inmates in the future.
Please let me know if there’s any thing I can do to assist your organization.