TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:
- After studying Martin Luther King Jr's famous letter from Birmingham jail, a group of Tulsa students wrote their own letters to women imprisoned in McLoud, Okla.
- Jefferey Donaldson's 10th grade English class at the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences wrote a lot of questions about life decisions.
- The class worked with Poetic Justice, a group that offers writing workshops to women in prison.
- A couple weeks after sending the letters, students received responses in the mail.
- Many of the students said they were emotionally impacted to see strangers wishing them well and by how the women said they still have hope despite being in prison.
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