I have walked in those shoes
How Mary King found hope behind prison bars.
I was born in Raleigh in 1964. At six pounds and seven ounces, I was just a tiny little thing. I spent time in the hospital due to having been born underweight, so I wasn’t able to go home. Not only that, I was born in a prison. However, there was someone, a woman, who took me to her home determined to raise me as her own.
Her home was in a very small t…
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