In 2013, Keith wrote Condemned from solitary confinement on a simple typewriter, a few pages at a time. For eight months he dictated his story every morning via telephone to a friend, who transcribed each and every word. In 253 harrowing pages, Keith recalls in detail the violence he encountered during and in the months that followed the eleven-day uprising.
Condemned speaks beautifully about how the love of friends and family, with the escape of music and books, has helped Keith find his way back to himself, even while being caged for decades now in tremendous darkness. Indeed, the richest form of freedom, he says, can be found in living life authentically, insisting on personal dignity at every step, and by speaking truth to power.
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