Patricia Cleveland-Peck tells the tale of a political prisoner
It all began when someone at Lewes Meeting asked for volunteers to write to political prisoners. I had a busy life and three young children at the time but felt that this was something I could do. So, I began a correspondence with an Indonesia teacher, Pudji Aswati, who had been imprisoned for over twenty-five years.
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