March 2011: Religious Indifference
From the March 2011 Grapevine Magazine
"Grant said that he had had some concerns about coming to our meeting because he is a Muslim and was not sure how he would be received."
Over my years in AA I have had the opportunity to attend jail and prison meetings in three different states. When I moved home to North Carolina in 2004 I was happy to be able to attend corrections meetings in this state as well.
There is a men’s minimum-security prison here in my hometown and I became one of the outside sponsors for its weekly AA meeting. Because it is a minimum-security facility, many men are serving short sentences or have achieved minimum-security status after serving time in a higher-security prison. Some are nearing their release dates, so the turnover of...
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Sanford, North Carolina
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