The Convergence of Faith and Incarceration

Tariq MaQbool writes, ” All I have is the hope that one day I will be free. That hope is what gives me the strength to go through the degradation and futility of prison life. President Obama called it “the audacity of hope.” I know it simply as faith.”

Currently serving a 150-year sentence in New Jersey, Tariq MaQbool offers a personal experience of incarceration and how his faith is his foundational support. You can read a small excerpt of Tariq MaQbool’s writing here:

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