Braille Behind Bars
BrailleHope Zentz, 43, has been an inmate in the Michigan state prison system for 11 years and has another seven to go before she is eligible for parole. However, Zentz has decided to use her time behind bars productively. This month she earned her literary braille certification from the Library of Congress. When she gets out of prison, Zentz hopes to have a career transcribing braille.

“My focus, since 2009 when I got sober in prison, was to try to pay it forward and make up for some of the wrongs that I’ve done,” Zentz said.

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