themorningnews:

At a Louisiana prison best known for controversial rodeos and keeping the Angola 3—Robert Hillary King, Albert Woodfox, and Herman Wallace—in solitary confinement for more than 29 years, there’s a glimmer of hope and humanity: a hospice where inmate volunteers provide end-of-life care for dying prisoners. Over three years, Lori Waselchuk photographed the hospice at Angola prison; this work is now part of the traveling exhibit “Grace Before Dying.”
Hospice Behind Bars by Lori Waselchuk

themorningnews:

At a Louisiana prison best known for controversial rodeos and keeping the Angola 3—Robert Hillary King, Albert Woodfox, and Herman Wallace—in solitary confinement for more than 29 years, there’s a glimmer of hope and humanity: a hospice where inmate volunteers provide end-of-life care for dying prisoners. Over three years, Lori Waselchuk photographed the hospice at Angola prison; this work is now part of the traveling exhibit “Grace Before Dying.”

Hospice Behind Bars by Lori Waselchuk