In 2005, a prison hospice — organized and run by inmates — was founded at the Iowa State Penitentiary. It was one of the first such prison hospice units organized in America.
Prison Terminal exquisitely tells the story of the humanity of the prisoner hospice — and the prisoners who run it and die within its walls — through the story of Jack Hall, a dying inmate at the Fort. Directed by Edgar Barnes.
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News Article: Fort Madison prison establishes hospice program, July 6, 2005