Watani Stiner was interviewed by his former creative writing teacher, Zoe Mullery, on July 22, 2020, regarding the outbreak of Coronavirus at San … [Read more...]
WALL CITY Edicion Espanol: Arriesgando todo por el bienestar del los hijos
Watani Stiner, escapo de la prisión de San Quentin en 1974 y se refugió primero en de experiencia personal. En 1974, me escape de la prisión de San … [Read more...]
Watani Bids Farewell to SQ News
For nearly three years, since March of 2013, I have enjoyed contributing to the San Quentin News with my OG’s Perspective column, glad to let my son … [Read more...]
Son, Here’s the Toast I Could Not Give You…
My eldest son turns 50 today (October 25th) and I wrote this in his honor. He celebrated by having a big gathering of family and friends which I would … [Read more...]
…Thanks, Dad, But How Far Have We Come?
Happy 50th Birthday: But How Far Have We Really Come? On October 25th of this year, I joined Club 50 as my born day arrived and a large group of … [Read more...]
After the Conversation, What's Next?
Though it seems a lot longer, it’s only been nine months since I was released from San Quentin State Prison. Just a few months since I gathered my … [Read more...]
Education – The Greatest Gift
Through the grapevine, I heard the question: How many different schools are they going to put her in? This was being asked in response to my wife and … [Read more...]
Raising Our Children in the Struggle
I was somewhat surprised that my children born in South America don’t seem to share my passion for fighting for racial justice in the United States, … [Read more...]
Soul Force: The Moral Struggle for Justice!
“We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence. Again and again, we must rise to the majestic heights of meeting … [Read more...]
Freedom Is a Relationship, Not a Thing
By the time this article goes to print in April, I will have been out of prison for 90 days. If you’ll notice, I did not say that I have been “free” … [Read more...]