This week, we share two stories from people reflecting on their time inside and on re-entry. Both have wise words about surviving incarceration, and the overall political context of prisons. First is David Campbell, a former political prisoner at Rikers Island in New York. We will hear more from David later, but in this episode, he discusses his case and sentencing, the rigors of cell searches, and how he organized his time inside. Next, we hear from Spirit Mike, who endured a decade in the Florida prison system. In particular, Mike thinks about the broader systems prison is embedded in, and how he is fighting back against disempowerment and exclusion through urban farming.