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Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real, September 26, 2017, Reentry Show

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Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real reentry show, call in Sept. 26, 9:30pmPST on NNIA1 (shows ordinarily begin at 6pm PST at "Human Rights Demand", but hackers interferred). Follow Johnny Strozier with us as he reenters society after 46 years as an inmate in the Georgia prison system, from age 10 until his mid-50's. Strozier tries to create opportunities for other parolees as he enters society for the first time as an adult. He networked with churches and civic groups who are committed to helping to ease reentry for former prisoners. Strozier converted to Christianity in the 1980's while still an inmate, and he began faithfully attending church services while imprioned. Imagine his pain when his parole officer, Ms. Hamilton, told Johnny Strozier recently that he could not attend church any more at this time. Of course, that seems to violate his religious freedom, but perhaps parolees in Georgia have no religious freedom. I will ask Gov. Deal. 

I scheduled this program at "Human Rights Demand" channel, but hackers placed it at NNIA1 instead. I captured the proof on a YouTube video to show the program was to be on "Human Rights Demand" but wound up on NNIA1's Episode page:

http://youtu.be/TOKUnf9xtKI

The pope spoke against tyranny preventing religious freedom while he was in the City of Brotherly Love recently. What will he think about Johnny Strozier, a former Georgia inmate who spent his whole life in prison, from age 10 to his mid-50's, and became a Christian. He loves church but is disallowed the opportunity to attend.

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