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WPfP obtained a UW Summer Innovative Course Award to support accommodation costs for UW faculty and students to spend three weeks in June 2016 living near the WWC, which, like many prisons, is located in a remote area.
WPfP chose memoir as the topic for its first WWC course because it is a unique storytelling form in which a writer's experiences take center stage as she recounts a series of events that played a formative role in her life.
WPfP is extraordinarily proud of the sensitivity and feminist collaborative spirit that surrounded our work together and the results of several hours of focus group-style conversations we undertook on the last day of class emphasize the transformative nature of our work together.
The only exception to this rule was that WPfP, out of respect for its long-term collaboration with the DOC, also gave the DOC the right to review the special issue in order to avoid possibly causing harm to the women's families or victims of their crimes; the only DOC-mandated changes made involved providing pseudonyms to the women's children.
In "The Women We Are," two co-authors of the same age, WPfP co-coordinator and Ph.D.
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