Death Row Inmates – Part 3: National Inmate Donor Registry

Welcome to the third and final post of the Death Row Inmates’ series. As previously noted, Death Row Inmates has been a good friend to me and to the cause of prison education. As such, I have decided to post three blogs for them which will introduce you to their vast efforts at criminal justice reform. This post is the final in the series.
Out of all of Death Row Inmates’ projects, their National Inmate Donor Registry project might be the most intriguing. It is certainly controversial, but does abide by sound logic and a need to make amends, to pay restitution by any means possible.
What follows is Death Row Inmates’ document on their “National Inmate Donor Registry” project:
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