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In this episode of Prison Wives United, I will introduce myself and explain why I chose to start this. I will discuss what I've been through, and future plans for this show. I plan to do this weekly, and each week I will feature a specific discussion in hopes of getting you all to participate. I will have a friend of mine who will close us in prayer. The show will be nothing without yall, so I hope you plan to listen and join in on the conversation. Check me out on Instagram @prisonwivesuni
Let's talk about how often we and our husbands write each other. How important is it to get that letter in your mailbox? What about him, does he crave to get a letter daily? We will also talk about how best to preserve and organize your letters, maybe one day you'll have a beautiful love story book or a worst relationship ever book when it's all said and done. So see you then to talk all about our prison letters.
In this episode we will evaluate the School to Prison Pipeline and its impact on the home, school, community and church. A solution oriented discussion will provide listeners with opportunities to develop a diversity perspective and create a plan of action to implement culturally responsive teaching. In order to dismantle the School to Prison Pipeline it is imperative that all stack holders engage in culturally responsive practices.
I will start off by sharing my "prison" love story and then all the wives on the call can share theirs so that we can support each other around the holidays and for the closing of another year, which brings us closer to a homecoming. Whether you met on the inside or the outside you have a "prison" love story because it takes a lot of love to maintain a marriage while your husband is away. Let's talk ladies!
I have officially started "The Prison Wives Movement" to help all prison wives to come out of hiding and be proud of who they are and what they do.
The Mission Statement is: To empower and unite women that are ridiculed and put down for supporting their husband throughout incarceration.
I will talk about the purpose of this show as it relates to that movement. I will also talk about the new Prison Wives Store that I opened online at CafePress for NY, and eventually will have one for every
Today's guest is clairvoyant and animal communicator Shirley Scott. In 2000 Shirley had a near-death out-of-body experience and when she recovered, she realized she had brought back the power of clairvoyance with her. Shirley does readings on both animals and people and Ishe crosses the veil to connect with loved ones that have crossed. She has found that this connection helps people who are grieving for a loved one and also lets the person or animal that has past tell us things they couldn't when we were together on this side. Shirley was instrumental in beginning the dog training program at Walla Walla Penitentiary in Washington State.
Talk2theAnimalsRadio holistic pet wellness expert Shannon Benecke shares a tip about stiff joints and vegetables.
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Freedom Speaks is a part of the National Network in Action (NNIA), founded by Dr. Jean Kennedy and Dr. Floyd Harris Junior. Author and Activist Anita Wills is the show Host. The show covers the American Just Us System! Our discussions encompass the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC), Mass Incarcaration, Wrongful Convictions, Unjustified Police killings, Gun violence in Inner Cities, and the system of Plea Bargains.
On the show this week is, Denise Mewbourne, a Prison Rights Activist in the Bay Area and one of the Organizers of the Human Rights Pen Pal Program. The Human Rights Pen Pal program is an anti-racist, grassroots organizer training program in solidarity with the human rights of prisoners in California’s solitary confinement cells. Ms. Mewbourne will also touch on her experience as an Activist on behalf of the Prison Abolistionist Movement and the Movement to end Solitary Confinement.
Denise Mewbourne has been involved with the Prisoner Hunger Strike Support coalition's Human Rights Pen Pal (HRPP) project since its beginning in January 2013. She maintains correspondence with multiple incarcerated activists fighting against the torture of solitary confinement at both Pelican Bay and Corcoran prisons. She combines skills as an organizer, artist, editor, and writer with a lifelong commitment to racial justice, Currently she is on staff at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children,
If you are interested in writing to an incarcerated pen pal to support his struggle to end the torture of solitary confinement, please contact her.
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