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Luk 6:12-13 And it came to pass in those days, that he went out into a mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God. (13) And when it was day, he called unto him his disciples: and of them he chose twelve, whom also he named apostles;
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Should EX Felons own Guns?
Study Application process for felons. Do an Application letter and mail it out as part of your job search process.
Be honest in your approach. Read felon friendly articles, learn what you can about How to get a job when you are a felon.
Search places that possibly do not do background checks.
Find free background checks and find out what you can about you. Improve your approach in the area of first impressions.
Do an employer role place. Call a past employer and pretend you want to hire "you". Find out what is said about you as a past employee. Then better prepare to address concerns.
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LAID BACK WEDNESDAY IS IN FULL EFFECT I'D LIKE TO GIVE A BIG SHOUT OUT TO NICOLE WRAY FOR STOPPING BY ON MONDAY THANK YOU! IT'S IN THE AIR FOR FORMER MEMBER OF 3-6 MAFIA LORD INFAMOUS TO BE ON THE SHOW BUT MOVING FORWARD!!!! TODAY'S TOPIC SHOULD FELONS BE GIVEN A SECOND?
In ancient times we were very proud and respectful of our Kings and Prophets, today we seem to be just as proud of Felons, Pimps, Stars, Athletes and those with a so called good job.......
While doing job search be sure to tell everyon that you are a veterans. You gained skills that are proven effective. There are employer incentive for hiring Veterans. Veterans with disabilities. Government Jobs. Veterans with felons. Make a list of our skills. Make a list of jobs you would like to have. View this list of fortune 500 employers by states. Make contact, and get back to work.
Have in hand a resume for each job you want. Create a master application. List your personal information; past work history. List contact info on past employers. Include performance, awards, special projects, promotions. List education info. List references who have given you consent to use them.
Once a convicted felon is released from prison do they deserve another chance?
So why has society made it so difficult for them to become apart of society.
Do felons play into the non-productive role society has placed them in.
just some of the discussion we will cover on LETS TALK.
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness a book by Michelle Alexander a civil rights litigator and legal scholar, published in 2010(The New Press). The book deals with race-related and social, political, and legal phenomena in the United States and attempts to apply the term 'The New Jim Crow' to the situation of African Americans in the contemporary United States. The name derives from the original Jim Crow laws that prevailed in the states of the former Confederacy of the U.S. through the 1960s. This book was on The New York Times Best Seller List ten consecutive months, and philosopherCornel West has called it a "secular bible for a new social movement in early twenty-first-century America." In the book Alexander deals primarily with the issue of the current mass levels of incarceration in the United States (with 5%of the world's population, U.S. incarcerates 25%of the world's prisoners) and what she perceives as societal repression of AfricanAmerican men and, to a lesser degree, Latino men. She discusses the social consequences of various policies for people of color, as well as for the US population as a whole. According to Alexander, the majority of black men in large American cities are "warehoused in prisons," their labor no longer needed in the globalized economy. Alexander maintains that many young black men, once they are labeled as "felons," become trapped in a second-class status that they find difficult to escape. The conventional point of view holds that discrimination has mostly ended with the Civil rights movement reforms of 1960s. Alexander claims the U.S. criminal justice system uses the “War on Drugs” as a primary tool for enforcing traditional, as well as new, modes of discrimination and repression.
How are felons supposed to live without work, clothing, food, housing?. Cleveland,Ohio had a job fare last week two thousand people showed up. I would say that these people (felons) wanted to work. Are people not supposed to get second chances, are these people not supposed to be able to redeem themselves. Society is saying no.
Have we become so heartless that we cannot forgive
and make a way for people to make a honest living?.
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