This letter was written by a person incarcerated at CMC (California Men’s Colony).
Dear PrisonPandemic Project,
I love you and appreciate you! I’m a private person, and I don’t have any privacy in prison even though I have my own cell! People will literally sneak into my cell and go through my things and collect information.
I know that the world doesn’t revolve around me because there are too many appealing people on the internet that are look-alikes, and others who have their own distinguishable identities. I’m not in any way trying to make it seem as if I’m better than anyone else.
I believe that my color coordinating expertise separates me from the wannabees. It’s flattering to me when people post identical styles on the internet that I wore.
There aren’t many people that I know that can truly say that they were trendsetters. It’s another thing when someone is being an imposter.
Two things I can elaborate on about the pandemic is that it’s dividing people and bringing racism to the forefront, in my opinion.
Sending you good thoughts. And hoping you believe in yourself just as much as I believe in you. I thought I’d steal some of your words. Pray for me!