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The disproportionate incarceration of Black Americans,Hispanic Americans,Native Americans and others in the United States is a crisis of mammoth proportions that we must address.In many places,up to 50% of persons from our communities are on probation,parole or in jail.Our failure to address this crisis will greatly diminish our family power: [ Hon.Louis Farrakhan]. We will also be speaking with Las Vegas student reform prison Minister Derrick Muhammad.join in on this discussion.Call in at:347-857-4106
Sam Thurman, Cliff Stewart and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.
Although the American system of justice is the most-respected worldwide, it is still a system designed, and operated, by humans, which means it's not perfect. Sam, Cliff, and Lisa will highlight ongoing struggles against "the system" to free wrongfully imprisoned people, and what happens when justice miscarries against an actually innocent person.
Our Special Guest for tonight's show is Retired, Lower Court Judge, Donna Hamm. She is the founder and Executive Director of Middle Ground Prison Reform, an all-volunteer non-profit organization, officially formed in 1983 in Tempe, Arizona.
A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO for a crime they didn't commit. Read full story: www.freetheirp6.org.
For more information, about A Just Cause and to Donate to the IRP6 legal defense fund, visit www.a-justcause.com.
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Thank you for your support!
Student Minister Anthony has Excellent interpersonal communication skills, both oral and written; ability to foster trust, creditability, and cohesive teamwork among people with diverse backgrounds, talents, and perspectives. Ability to establish and support grassroots committees and activities. Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with residents, community leaderships, government officials, and members of the business community. Conversant in the ways, means and sources through which public-sector and private-sector financing can be utilized to positively impact local communities. A career of professional achievement characterized by creative and proactive leadership, which is collaborative and facilitative yet decisive towards results. Entrepreneurial spirit with a capacity to exercise independent judgments and sound decision making in the midst of diverse and complex organizational environments. Keen analytical and problem-solving skills.v Conduct individual and group counseling, didactic lectures, admission assessments to inmates and adolescents within the prison system and juvenile court services programs.v Provide formal and informal training to officers (within the Department of Corrections) and personal about addiction and treatment.v Involved in designing a program for a federal grant to provide information about addictions to inmates who do not have the opportunity to attend formal inpatient programs due to overcrowding of the prison system.
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 @prisonwivesunited for daily inspiration, and uplifting posts. <3
Strength is contagious. Let's unite together.
Join The Commissioner Ed Gray, producer Big C and friends at the Living Room Cigar Lounge 1902 S. Lamar St, Dallas, Tx 75215. Call (646) 668-8917 to listen in and be a part of the conversation from where ever you are.
The United States is the world's leader in incarceration with 2.2 million people currently in the nation's prisons or jails -- a 500% increase over the past thirty years.
More than 60% of the people in prison are now racial and ethnic minorities. For Black males in their thirties, 1 in every 10 is in prison or jail on any given day. These trends have been intensified by the disproportionate impact of the "war on drugs," in which two-thirds of all persons in prison for drug offenses are people of color.
Join Mocha Soul and T. Mill for a riveting discussion about life and survival in today’s prisons; some of the unfairness that exists in the judicial system and possible solutions and resources for those who have touched down and those who are still on the inside. The golden rule does not stop there. Lets learn how to forgive, love, and remember: Everyone deserves a second chance. Call in number: 646-478-5265.
Our guest tonight is no stranger to Love, Love Lost, Cancer, Federal Prison...and Reformation. Join us tonight as we speak with Bernard "All Biz" Gray, a small business owner, widower who lost his late wife in 2009 from Cervical Cancer, Vlogger, Cancer Advocate and Lover of Life! Bernard will discuss why some folks are not ready to own up to their own B.S. We'll also discuss his latest post. Check it out and sound off with us! "Your significant other has been diagnosed with Ebola. You have no children but you're married and deeply in love. They could die and you may never see them or come in contact with them again. Would you go in quarantine with them or stay away and watch them die from afar?
I'm ridin' w/my baby Kacy ...?#UntilDeath" Tune in tonight, 11 PM, Listen from your cell at: 347-308-8074 or online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/tabletalkwtosh
Campaign for Liberty / We the People Are One
McCain stated that sealing the borders is crucial now, and this is due to the threat of ISIS and he also stated he's one of the original sponsors of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, this sounds like something out of the Obama Play Book of let No Crisis go without getting something out of it.
Vans programs consist mainly on Political Issues and his Comments on them. He'll have Guests, and take Callins @ 347-857-4804 / 877-572-4283, join us in the Chat Room. We appreciate your Sharing the Program & Join me on Face Book with comments, postings, likes etc., Contact Van to speak with your groups in person. God Bless You All; Van
Campaign Site; http://vanushouse.com
Check the #’s;
FAIR/Pulse, Feb. 2013— poll of likely voters: * 86% believe illegal immigration is a problem in the U.S. * 74% believe the government isn’t effective at preventing illegal immigration.
Rasmussen, Jan 2013— poll of likely voters: * 90% of Union Members say reduction of illegal immigration is important to them.
CIS/Pulse, Feb. 2013 — poll of likely voters: * 64% say immigration enforcement is too little.*71% believe illegal aliens in the U.S. a result of a failure to enforce immigration laws
53% would be more likely to support a political party that favored the enforcement of immigration laws.
Check out this link as well having to do with “AZTLAN” MOVEMENT: http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/25/local/la-me-0126-compton-20130126 ,
Contact; Van to share this and more Information with your groups as well.
3 Generations & Over 55 Years Of Imprisonment
Tai Zen is a 3rd generation prisoner in his family.
His family had to endure the pain of incarceration and suffering across 3 generations of men spanning 3 different countries across the globe.
Between his grandfather, father, older brother, and his self, they will have spent a total of over 55 years in prison and over 95% of that incarceration time was done by his older brother, “Chop” and himself.
However, the mental, physical, and spiritual suffering that they all endured regardless of the reason why they were thrown in prison are all the same.
Today’s Prisons Have No Bars, Walls, Gun Towers, & Razor Wire
His imprisonment gave him the unique insight to experience and truly understand the nature of human “imprisonment” and “freedom”.
The prison he was in was very obvious because it had nasty steel bars, vicious razor wires, relentless perimeter trucks, trigger happy armed guards, overbearing watch towers, invisible motion sensors, etc. to ensure he could not escape.
However, as he looked at the supposedly “free” world around him after his release from prison, he began to notice the horrors of the “invisible” shackles and chains that imprisoned everyone around him.
His movement is to create freedom from self imposed prisons.
BLACK MAN WORKING, your skill are needed. The new Jim Crow program. We will need to look at history. The Bible and other books for infomation. Prison Work Camp Program, need inmates. A Black man in prison, is a Black man not making a baby.
We kill more Black Babies weekly then the KKK. That program is for Blacl People, You know what I am talking about. That 3 to 6 week old baby in you. Not just you in the U.S. but all over the world for Black people. "WE WILL HELP YOU KILL THAT BABY"
My White Brothers and Sisters you are not safe, you may be sleep. Us see part of the program is to keep us from unighting.
LAW, we are not BLACK or WHITE, no land call black or white. Go back to the LAND, and then said " I AM". I am working on that now. Black people you have 15 years of schooling, and some know nothing about Africa. Why?