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26 Nov

I really hope this is a nice family of four and not frat bros. Right in our own area on Romeo Plank Road in Macomb, a rather demanding Christmas wish has been planted.

- A Metro Detroit mother is sharing her story of a dangerous delivery behind bars after she found herself going into labor in the Macomb County Jail.

The jail is showing a pattern of inmates with serious medical emergencies being refused transport to the hospital.

There's something special about a baby's first Christmas, and Preston's son, Elijha, was happy and healthy for his. How's it going to affect them to grow up to be an adult, knowing that (he) was born on the floor of a jail cell and wrapped up in a dirty sheet?

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The Annual is designed to support the recognition, documentation, and publication of excellent, current, and relevant works of drawing from around the world International Drawing Annual 5, Volume 5, , , Published by Manifest Creative Research and Drawing Center. Spolia is a monthly literary magazine “devoted to the strange and the wise” (art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry).But nine months ago, he suffered a traumatic injustice no baby should endure. "Preston was pulled over for driving on a suspended license -- her first offense -- when she was eight months pregnant. " The Macomb County Jail has been the focus of a two-year Defenders investigation.He was born on a jail cell floor in filth because the medical staff at the Macomb County Jail refused to let his mother go to the hospital to give birth. The judge ordered her to pay ,000 cash bond, but when Preston didn't have the money, she was locked up until her court date five days later. They just kept saying she wasn't having the baby, and I don't know how anybody could say when she was bleeding, ' You're not having a baby,' and that they didn't send her to the hospital. "Everybody just looked at her like she was a piece of dirt."Elijha's paternal grandmother was looking forward to witnessing the birth and watching her son cut the cord, but that didn't happen."You can't do that to a human being," Tina Chastain said. On July 7, 2013, 37-year-old mother Jennifer Meyers died in the jail after being sentenced to spend 30 days behind bars for not paying child support.J Lycoming College; Pennsylvania College of Technology; Williamsport, Pennsylvania Juror: Phillip Pearlstein, Artist / Painter -Purchase Award 1993 24th Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition: Bradley University; Peoria, Illinois Juror: Joseph Zirker, Artist/ Printmaker -Friend of the Library, Bradley University Purchase Award -Patron Purchase Award 1993 One-Person Exhibition; Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL 1993 Two-Person Exhibition; Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL 1993 Florida Printmakers Society 6th Annual Print Exhibition; The New World School of the Arts Gallery; Miami, Florida Juror: Clare Romano, co-author of 1993 11th Juried NSAL Midwest Print Show; Loyola University; Chicago, IL Jurors: Judith Brodsky, Director of Innovative Printmaking, Rutgers University James Butler, Professor of Art, Illinois State University 1992 National Art Competition; Northeast Missouri State University; Kirksville, Missouri 1992 Members and Friends 27th Annual Regional Exhibition; Galesburg Civic Art Center; IL -Second Place 2-D Cash Award 1992 The Pillars Society of the Heart of Illinois United Way Juried Art Exhibition, Peoria, IL Jurors: Robert Reedy and Michael Walsh -First Place Purchase Award 1992 Survey of Woodcuts/Current Trends; University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1992 16th Harper College National Print and Drawing Exhibition; Pallantine, IL 1992 One Person Exhibition; Studio One; Peoria, Illinois 1992 12th Annual National Print Exhibition; Artlink; Fort Wayne, IN 1992 Two Person Exhibition; Northern Indianna Arts Association; Munster, IN 1991 21st National Works on Paper Exhibition; Minot State University; Minot, ND 1991 23rd Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition; Bradley University; Juror: Frances Myers, Artist/Printmaker 1991 56th Annual National Exhibition of the Cooperstown Art Association; Cooperstown, NY Juror: Janet Fish, Painter, New York -Merit Cash Award in Printmaking 1991 Artists’ Coalition of Central Illinois Annual Members Show; Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, IL -Best of Show 1991 LAGRANGE NATIONAL XVI; Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum; La Grange, Georgia 1991 Cimarron National Works On Paper Exhibition; Oklahoma State University; Stillwater, OK 1991 Visiting Artist and One Person Exhibition: Quincy College, Quincy, IL 1991 Florida Printmakers Society 5th Annual Print Exhibition; Thomas Center Gallery; Gainesville, FL Juror: William Walmsley, Artist/Printmaker 1991 The Pillars Society of the Heart of Illinois United Way Juried Art Exhibit; Peoria, IL -Second Place Cash Award 1991 Art in the Courthouse, Juried Art Exhibit; Peoria County Board; Peoria, IL Juror: Ray George, Professor of Art, Illinois State University -Purchase Award 1991 Peoria Area Arts and Sciences Council Individual Artist Grant (funded by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency) Awarded 2 to explore the technique of single level viscosity printing in relief 1991 Fourteenth Biennial Southern Illinois Artists Open Competition & Exhibition; Mitchell Museum; Mount Vernon, Illinois 1991 PRESSWORKS, Prints by Illinois Printmakers; Galesburg Civic Art Center; Galesburg, IL 1990 Methodist Medical Center of Illinois, in Peoria, commissioned a four by six foot color reduction woodcut print, (Healing Waters) 1990 14th Harper College National Print and Drawing Exhibition; Pallatine, IL 1990 Florida Printmakers Society’s Fourth Annual Juried Exhibition; Longboat Key, FL 1989 Florida Printmakers Society’s Third Annual Juried Exhibition; The Florida Center for Contemporary Art; Tampa, Florida 1989 Galex 23; Galesburg Civic Art Center; Galesburg, IL 1989 Celebration of the Arts Juried Art Show; Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, IL Juror: Ken Holder, Professor of Art, Illinois State University -First Place Cash Award 1989 One Person Exhibition; Methodist Medical Center of Illinois; Peoria, IL 1989 Thirteenth Biennial Southern Illinois Artists’ Open Competition & Exhibition; Mitchell Museum; Mt. 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