• 00:38

    Prisoner's Perspective -News that Matter-the word INMATE-VANITA GUPTA

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    Prisoner's Perspective


    News that Matter


    The "I" word - INMATE


    VANITA GUPTA - New Position


    Moms United  - Empty Chair Project


    Vote Novemeber 4


    NEW REDUCTION FEREDEAL SENTENCING

  • 00:23

    Transgender inmate Case: Legal Analysis

    in Politics Progressive

    Yesterday's comments on the Michelle Kosilek case covered the basics. Today, the guest is Jennifer Levi, director of the Transgender Rights Project of Gay & esbian Advopcaes & Defenders. She was incredulous about the majority decision denying reassignment surgery.


    We'll cover the implications not only for Kosilek but also for current or future incarcerated transgender inmates in Massachusetts. Levi may also give us some perspective on the next action, as in whether the case might move to the Supreme Court.

  • 01:04

    INMATE 1142980: The Desiree Lee Story

    in Entertainment

    The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show | www.Sharvette.com


    Motivate. Excite. Influence. | Tuesday at 6:00 pm. EST


    First Segment: Speaker & Author Desiree Lee


    2 weeks after graduation, my dream to be an interpreter was no longer an option! 17 years old 3.8 GPA, 2 basketball scholarships. Faced 135 years in prison... INMATE 1142980: "The Desiree Lee Story" NOW AVAILABLE on www.amazon.com 


    Second Segment: Artist Spotlight with J. Elizabeth Hardges


    A native of Newark, New Jersey, J. Elizabeth Hardges is Christian poet, author and award winning spoken word recording artist. www.jelizabethhardges.comDesiree Lee


    She was recently chosen to perform at the May 10, 2014 McDonald's Gospelfest, Centerstage at Newark, New Jersey's Prudential Center!!!


    Third Segment: Jamie Parmer of iHeart Foundation


    They say it takes a big heart to help other people. Jaime Parmer is one of the people who have the heart to help patients get through their major medical health conditions.


     

  • 01:31

    Locked In Love - Can an Inmate be a Soulmate?

    in Lifestyle

    Locked In Love - Can an Inmate be a Soulmate? Curves In 3D Radio going in tonight. Why are so many women turning to the prison system for a mate? 


    Can a relationship florish and grow when one half is confined and the other half is free? What about temptation... for the the one that is free as well as the one that is confined to a prison cell? 


    Why are men not seeking out women in the prison system? All this and more tonight as we explore Locked In Love!


    Tonights show is dedicated to the Late Joanne Borgella and the prayers and love of the 3D Plus Model Family goes out to the Borgella and Ramierz Familiy

  • 00:16

    New Book: Inmate 1818 and Other Stories by Bernard Otterman

    in Books

    About the Author: Bernard Otterman was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1937. At the age of three, he and his parents escaped Lodz and fled to Warsaw. From there to the Pietrokov ghetto and were subsequently interned in the Radom ghetto and then transferred to the Daimler work camp five miles away producing small munitions. In June of 1944, as the Russians advanced from the east, the camp was liquidated, and its inmates shipped to Auschwitz. Bernard and his mother escaped from the line being marched to the trains, fled and hid for six months as fugitives in the Polish countryside and survived until the Russian troops liberated Poland in January of 1945. His father was sent by train to Auschwitz, then immediately moved to a work camp in Germany. He too survived and the family was reunited in Lodz in September of 1945 through displaced persons listings. They lived in Germany until coming to the United States in 1951. Otterman was trained in mechanical engineering and for many years was on the engineering faculty at Northeastern and Hofstra universities. He worked and reworked the stories in this collection for more than a decade. "The Golem of Auschwitz" was first published in New Millennium Writings. "Kaddish" was first published in The Nassau Review and received first prize in fiction from the Review. "Lotto Fever" was first published in Word/Slovo. Several of Mr. Otterman's poems have been published in Poetry, Jewish Currents and other journals and compendia. 


    Mr. Otterman's book will be featured in a dramatic presentation at Queens College, Queens, NY 11-6-2014. More info at web site link.


    www.bernardotterman.com


    BUY THE BOOK


     

  • 01:00

    Would You Marry A INMATE?

    in Entertainment

    For decades, inmates have been able to marry their significant others by signing an affidavit to obtain a license and having a third party stand in for them during the ceremony.Those marriages would not happen today because the statute that took effect Sept. 1 requires both parties to be present at the ceremony, and department policy prohibits weddings in prison facilities. That puts the state on a collision course with the U.S. Supreme Court, which has ruled inmates, like all citizens, have a right to marry.Does Love Really Stand the test of Time?


     


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  • 01:38

    From Inmate to Mayor

    in Self Help

    Statistics concerning mass incarceration states that nearly 2.5 million people are currently housed in federal and state prisons in America. Also, 70% of released persons will return in 5 years without adequate support. However, imagine a returning citizen using his God given; intellect, leadership ability, and integrity, to not only remain out of the prison system, but  become Mayor serving multiple terms! Join Ronald Zion Roseboro on Wednesday (11/7/2012) at pm EST as he welcomes, Mayor of Marshville, NC, Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Author of "From Inmate to Mayor", Mayor Frank Deese. If you've ever had a setback you don't want to miss this inspirational comeback!

  • 01:10

    INMATE 1142980 The Desiree Lee Story

    in Religion

    Join Pastor La Russia Cain as she interview,Guest Host Desiree Lee.


    A high school student, 3.8 GPA, two basketball scholarships, on her way to college in pursuit of THE AMERICAN DREAM. In a little as two weeks after graduation, she found herself on the other side of the law. Soon she was charged with 11 counts of Armed Robbery and 5 counts of Aggravated Assault, with the possibility of spending 135 years in prison. A ten minute decision that severely affected her parents, her brother and ultimately her promising future. For more information concerning Desiree Lee visit her website www.iamdesireelee.com Also, connect with on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram

  • 00:49

    Letting God Use You with Songwriter and Gospel Hip Hop Artist Kent Osbourne

    in Entertainment

    In this episode of GaptoothDiva Radio, we talk to former inmate/prisoner, now inspirational gospel hip hop artist, songwriter, and singer Kent Osbourne. Check out more info about him at http://kentosbourne.com


    No matter what you have done in your life or what you’ve been through, God can use you. God can use anybody!” 


    Kent Osbourne’s dad passed away when he was just 5 and his mom died when he was 9, leaving young Kent with his Aunt. At age fourteen, he found his Aunt’s rules too strict so he ran away. The streets proved to be a greater challenge still and Kent spent the rest of his childhood and young adult life in and out of county lockup until he finally landed a two year prison sentence. For more of his story, Tune in to hear how one man turned his mess into a message.


    Tweet us @GaptoothDiva during the show. Contact us to submit music or inquire about artist at Teamgaptoothdiva@gmail.com

  • 00:29

    Wrongful conviction/ The Glenn Ford story

    in News

    He was Louisiana longest-serving death row inmate behind bars for a murder he did not commit Glenn Ford gave the state of Louisiana 30 years but thanks to the innocent project he is now a free man but the state of Louisiana is refusing to compensate him for his time in prison, and to make matters worse he has been diagnosed with lung cancer doctors have given him only months to live,Ford has already faced one injustice with the state will he face a second injustice? This Wednesday I sit down with Ford and his attorney Kristina Wenstrom to discuss his wrongful conviction and what's next. See you on the radio.

  • 02:14

    The State Of The Blak Race- Free Alabama Movement

    in Current Events

    JOIN SKI DAVIS TONIGHT FOR THE STATE  OF THE BLAK RACE ON NU BLAK ORDER B.P.C RADIO FOR PART 2 OF THE FREE ALABAMA MOVEMENT WITH GUEST KINETIC JUSTICE AN INMATE WHOM IS IN THE PRISON INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX SYSTEM ,AND IS LOOKING TO OBTAIN JUST AND HUMANE TREATMENT OF INMATES IN 5 PRISON SYSTEMS


    THIS WILL BE A LIVE CALL IN SHOW @ 718-506-1960  @9 PM CT 10 PM EASTERN 

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