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The Penitentiary: What It's Really Like For Black People Behind Bars

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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio, Brother Iam Black will join us to discuss the truth about the penitentiary. We will discuss how Europeans set traps for Black people to end up incarcerated and how they set more traps for you to serve a longer sentence than the one they gave you. How does racism inside of the penitentiary differ from the racism outside of the penitentiary? How does being locked up affect a Black person's thinking? What are the politics that happens inside of prisons? Is homosexuality as prominent in prisons as the word on the street claims? How big is slave labor in prisons? What does it really mean to be institutionalized? We will disccus these questions plus more. Join us.

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