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NOTICE : This show is for the mentally healthy. This episode will be about the Mental Health of those trapped in the Prison System in America. If your own mental health is unstable right now... Please do not burden yourself with any more stories of how things may be worse for those in jail ! TUNE in....
ON TODAY'S episode of the U&I TALK SHOW,
U&I have : TAMARA HILL, MS, Therapist and Writer.
She is here to share her knowledge and experience with us. Ms Tamara Hill has worked for many years in matters of mental health and behavior problems in our society. Particularly the health and mental state of those detained inside the very many prisons in America.
We will explore the specific situation of black men in jail. Why are black men more in jail than any other race? What is a prison system anyways?
and so much more... Find out about Tamara Hill at :
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Pitchforks interviews Arizona criminal defense atttorney, Vladimir Gagic about his Serbian roots and the American criminal justice system, which he describes as being mired in a society that has become a "prison democracy." He talks about how the OJ Simpson case and its portrayal in the media played an important role in forming how the public views criminal justice today.
An explanation of the Serbian flag:
Thirteen Corrections Officers indicted on federal charges for assisting gang members in drug deals behind bars. Living in Baltimore City I have often heard that the gangs run the prison and you can get any and everything you want in jail. Seems as though the rumors were true. Join us as we dig into this intriguing yet disturbing story.
We will also be discussing, girls as young as 11 can get the morning after pill without parental consent or knowledge.
In this episode, we will be talking about women who are married or dating men who are in prison and how that effects their every day lives. If you have, or still in a relationship with someone who's in prison, call us live 347-826-7697. Tune in and join the fun!
Join the "UNCUT" crew tonight as we dissect the complexities and challenges of being a man of faith in today's Prison Industrial Complex. We will discuss the economics of prison, the debilitating affects the laws have on returning citizens and the cycle of pain endured by too many of our nations incarcerated men and women!
Joining us in the studio tonight is special guest, James Devine who spent 7 1/12 years in federal prison in the State of Florida on drug sales and possession charges and was released in late 2012 to Charlotte, NC.
He will give a detailed description of his prison experience and how he became a mighty man of faith through adversity and persecution. He now walks in power and authority and is an example of what can be accomplished with the proper support mechanisms in place.
This story has to be told. His story has to be heard!
For MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY!!
In this episode we will discuss the school to prison pipeline. Students are funneled through this system because of a disconnect between the home, school and community. Educators, parents, and community members are challenged by this epidemic, and are searching for answers to resolve it.
Largest Prison-Owning Corporation Issues Massive Dividend of $675 Million to Sharedholders .
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Lulabee wants you to know that If you want to make money these days, owning stock in a prison company is the place to do it. The confinement of human beings, while selling their cheap labor to companies seeking to save on labor costs has become a cash cow.
One company that has benefited handsomely from the profit boom is the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA).The company can pay its shareholders so well because it is rolling in money. The prison population has spiked since the Sentencing Reform Act of 1986, which created long prison sentences for those charged with the possession or distribution of drugs. Those hardest hit have been African Americans.
We have to stop the madness in many area's like Schools closing in Chicago and new laws they are attempting tp pass like the new drone law, the irs reading your emails, and the new twists an turns on gun laws and who is in the irs line of unpaid taxes. Let's talk about it.
Married taxpayers often choose to file a joint tax return because of certain benefits and the convenience of doing. When a joint return is filed, both taxpayers are jointly and severally liable for the tax and any additions to it that may arise, such as interest or penalties. This is the case even if one of the spouses earned all of the income and/or was responsible for taxes going unreported or unpaid, and even if the couple later divorces. However, in certain cases, “innocent spouses,&
Queen Mother Rev. Helen Sinclair, at 92 years of age, is still going strong with a powerful prison ministry that frees the minds, hearts and souls of the incarcerated and enables them to begin that journey toward inner healing and transformation. Continuing the legacy of her mother, Jessie "Ma" Houston, Queen Mother Sinclair has broadened the prison ministry to a global movement. She has visited prisons in Israel, South Africa, Cuba and other places where those held captive were sometimes political prisoners, and other times a prisoner of their own minds, simply torn individuals in need of love and nurturing. Queen Mother Sinclair gives insight into what makes her prison ministry successful in transforming lives and preparing men and women to reinter society as emotionally, intellectually and spiritually healthy human beings.
This week The Foundation discusses the effectiveness of the U.S. Prison system. Is the purpose of the system simply to warehouse and punish or to rehabilitate? JOIN us as we delve into this issue and look for solutions.
Everyone knows someone who is either in jail or in prison. As of March 2, 2013 there are 2,212,172 people in U.S. Prisons and Jails and the number is steadily rising every day. Join us Thursday at 6:30pm as we discuss the Prison Industrial Complex.