Kenneth E. Hartman

"Making the world I live in a better place remains my goal and focus"

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  • The Prison Honor Program
    This is the program that I helped to create and establish, which is currently operating as the Progressive Programming Facility in the State Prison in Lancaster, California.
  • The Other Death Penalty Project
    A sentence of life without the possibility of parole is a death sentence.  Worse, it is a long, slow, dissipating death sentence without any of the legal or administrative safeguards rightly awarded to those condemned to the traditional forms of execution.  It exposes our society’s concealed beliefs that redemption and personal transformation are not possible for all human beings, and that it is reasonable and just to forever define an individual by his worst act.  Life without the possibility of parole is wrong and should be abolished.
  • Atlas & Co. Publishers - My Publisher for Mother California
    Atlas is an independent publisher of quality nonfiction. ... and MP3s of exclusive interviews, readings, and other audio content for Atlas & Co. titles.
  • Human Kindness Foundation
    The Human Kindness Foundation, founded by Bo and Sita Lozoff, is a non-profit organization which stresses a way of life based upon three common principles taught by the great sages of all religions: Simple living, a dedication to service, and a commitment to personal spiritual practice. Human Kindness Foundation's primary focus is its internationally respected Prison-Ashram Project.

  • Lifers' Education Fund is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. It is also a California public benefit tax-exempt corporation.

    The content of the website was written in large part by prisoners serving life sentences in a California correctional facility. These men are largely self-educated, spiritually reformed, and extremely motivated to improve the conditions of their environment and effect large-scale social change. They present a compelling case for how higher education can do just that.


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