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Mike Kabia stops by the studio for Part II of his interview. He speaks to us about his story of his life and being sentenced to prison at the age of 19. There is an alarming rate of our young men going to prison. We have to speak into them before the system does. The enemy comes to kill, steal and destroy and he comes for the men first, because they are the head. Men we need you to step up and be what God has purposed you to be.
Mr. Kabia is a minister, mentor and inspirational speaker.
Title: From Prison to The Pulpit (Part II)
Join us as we discuss the Prison Industrial Complex, the Sports Industry and their connection to Black enslavement in North America. Featuring exclusive an exclusive interview with a famous superstar professional athlete. Hosted by Khalifah Muhammad and Michael 6X.
Have you heard of the TED Talks series? The inspirational talks have grown into a popular video series and can be an incredible resource for those looking to expand their horizons on topics they may not already be familiar with or learn a different side to a story they think that they already know. According to their website, “TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. ”
In November 2014, a group of women known as The Lady Lifers took to the TEDx stage inside Muncy State Prison to sing about their experiences. These women have all been sentenced to life in prison and in Pennsylvania there is no chance at parole. Of the ten women who make up The Lady Lifers, many have been incarcerated for well over twenty years, and inmate Trina Garnett has been in prison since she was fourteen years old. After their powerful song, the women who have been primarily known by their inmate numbers definitively state their names and declare, “This is not my home.”
The Washington Post recently made the argument
mothers in prison
from childhood through adulthood.
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“Red Horse Unleashed”, Have you ever heard of or received excessive fines from court? What about those penalties and fees that get attached to unpaid revenue crime penalties like parking tickets, EZ-Pass snafus, red light cameras, or speed cameras? What if the courts began JAILING people who are slow to pay fines with usurious interest for late payments?! It is here and it will be the topic du jour for Red Horse Unleashed!. The government is OUT OF CONTROL and when revenue becomes a primary raison d’etre for government then tyranny has indeed arrived!
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Professor and prison abolitionist Rebecca Hensley?
Professor in the Sociology department
at Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA
Rebecca Hensley is a writer, speaker, and sociologist who's made a life's work out of unapologetically announcing what she sees. She says, " Some people love it. Some people don't. Whatever. The ball is still the ball, no matter what kind of spin somebody tries to put on it." A commmitted struggler against the prison industrial complex she has worked on the behalf of many warriors locked down most recently the Angola 3
A skilled orator- teacher - and activist she will display a lifesworth of wisdom for the future genrations of struggle to advance the cause.
Her Blog: www.whyaminotsurprised.blogspot.com/2010/09/narrative-about-narrative.html
In February 2013, NCEBC launched NCEBCTalkRadio with a weekly radio show as a resource for urban educators, parents, and members of the "Community Faculty". The worldly insights of Host, Dr. Eric Cooper meshed with the culturally-astute and melodious tone of co-host, Dr. Nicole McZeal Waters in what became somewhat of an instant hit! Early shows welcomed the likes of Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond (Stanford University), Dr. Yvette Jackson (National Urban Alliance), Dr. Raymond Winbush (Morgan State University), and a 6 weeks series with experts from the Annenberg Institute. Today NCEBCTalkRadio offers two regular radio programs and is considered a primary component of the NCEBC "tool-kit" geared toward urban educators.
On Monday, May 11, 2015, we return to the airwaves with a conversation on "Derailing the School to Prison Pipeline (STPP) for Black Males" providing effective interventions that address both academics and behavior issues. The Equity Project in Indiana represented by Director, Dr. Russell Skiba, Dr. Gwen Kelley and Ms. Chrystal Gray will join our hosts along with Principal and Author, Mr. Roy Dobbs to engage listeners in an open dialogue on myths and facts on how and why black boys end up in School-to-Prison-Pipeline.They will share characteristics of effective black male programs while welcoming callers with questions and comments.
NCEBC will host this conversation with an "Open Mic" approach. We want to hear the voices of our emerging new leadership.....Voices of The Next Millennium. Education, Social Justice, Mass Incarcerations, Health Care, Voting Rights and Labor are topics to be explored. We invite our entire listening audience to participate in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, text, phone call and email.
In this episode we will continue our real talk about repositioning the mind, and how changing your thoughts will change your emotions and eventually help you to change your actions.We will also be discussing boundaries what they are and why we need them in our lives to help our relationship to grow stronger.
Are we using prisons as a form of behavior modification or are we using it as a way to keep criminals away from society?
What about those who are falsly imprisoned?
How about corporate prisions?
Tune in with us tonight to find out more about it.
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"Just as mass incarceration has burdened American Taxpayers in major prison states, so is the use of inmate labor contributing to lost jobs, unemployment and decreased wages among woorkers - while corporate profits soar," says Alex Friedmann, associate editor of Prison Legal News. (article taken from thenation.com, Mike Elk and Bob Sloan) Here is yet more activity from ALEC and the Billionaire Koch Brothers
"Just as mass incarceration has burdened American Taxpayers in major prison states, so is the use of inmate labor contributing to lost jobs, unemployment and decreased wages among woorkers - while corporate profits soar," says Alex Friedmann, associate editor of Prison Legal News. ( article taken from thenation.com, Mike Elk and Bob Sloan) Here is yet more activity from ALEC and the Billionaire Koch Brothers.