The students in Professor Keramet's class were required to read an excerpt from Glenn's book Underdog. In Underdog, Glenn compares dogs in a cage with humans in the same cages and points out that our nation has more compassion for the dogs. Glenn also shows how the process to get in to solitary and out of solitary is in the hands of prison officials in California, not courts.
"I got to speak to 97 Criminal Justice college kids at UC Irvine this afternoon. It was so awesome! They read an excerpt from my book Underdog and loved it. My friend captured it all on video for the Orange County Register! At the end I hand
ed out 13 books to students and joked that maybe the Professor would give them extra credit for leaving me a review on Amazon. I think I'm a natural speaker. I hope I don't become a politician! Somebody kill me if that starts to happen. On another note my new audio book I narrated is going off! Here it is to buy"-http://www.amazon.com/Lock-Up-Diaries-Inside-Killers/dp/B009UX5NYG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1351653853&sr=8-3&keywords=glenn+langohr+audio+books