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  • 00:32

    PRISON REENTRY & PRISONER REINTEGRATION PROGRAMS - PT 2

    in Religion

    TONIGHT WE WILL REVEAL, EXPLAIN, ILLUMINATE AND SIMPLFY THE NUMBER ONE CAUSE OF PRISONER REENTRY.......lack of knowledge or low educational achievement!
    Tonight replace error with truth..........
    The process of leaving prison or jail and returning to society. Nearly all prisoners experience reentry and reintegration issues regardless of their methods of release, assistance, faith based programs, family support or form of supervision, if any. In this series we are going to be discussing the challenges of prisoner reentry and reintegration back into society. The main topics of discussion will be; EMPLOYMENT, HEALTH (mental, spiritual & physical), HOUSING, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, FAMILY, COMMUNITY SUPPORT OR LACK THERE OF, PUBLIC SAFETY, SUPERVISION OR PAROLE, ETC..........

    Join me as we reveal, explain, illuminate and simplify Community Correctional Services, EDUCATION AND PRISON REENTRY AND HOW TO MAKE IT WORK!

  • 00:31

    PRISON REENTRY & PRISONER REINTEGRATION PROGRAMS - INTRO

    in Religion

    WHY IS THE RECIDIVISM RATE SO HIGH AMONGST  PREVIOUSLY INCARCERATED INDIVIDUALS?
    The process of leaving prison or jail and returning to society. Nearly all prisoners experience reentry and reintegration issues regardless of their methods of release, assistance, faith based programs, family support or form of supervision, if any. In this series we are going to be discussing the challenges of prisoner reentry and reintegration back into society. The main topics of discussion will be; EMPLOYMENT, HEALTH (mental, spiritual & physical), HOUSING, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, FAMILY, COMMUNITY SUPPORT OR LACK THERE OF, PUBLIC SAFETY, SUPERVISION OR PAROLE, ETC..........

    Join me and my SPECIAL QUEST as we reveal, explain, illuminate and simplify Community Correctional Services, PRISON REENTRY AND HOW TO MAKE IT WORK! 

  • 01:45

    Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real 05/02/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Johnny Strozier was a Georgia prisoner for 46 years (from 1968 to 2013) and served about 15 of those years in solitary confinement. He was initially arrested at age 6, when he and friends burglarized an Atlanta warehouse to steal cigarettes for family members and candy. He was imprisoned at age 10. His sentence was lengthened to 90 years after assaulting a prison guard. Strozier's warden told him he would never exit prison alive because he often escaped and was involved in gang activity, but Strozier changed. He became a Christian in the 1980s. Strozier became active in church, married, and gained his high school diploma while still incarcerated. He also became a certified cook and brick mason. Since prison release, Strozier works, counsels youths, and faithfully attends church. Strozier assembled a group of churches and individuals to give other released inmates subsistence assistance, encouragement, and spiritual brotherhood.

    Strozier will share information about reentry opportunities, the importance of avoiding behavior that leads to incarceration, and he plans interviews with persons who can share valuable information that will improve lives of former inmates and at-risk youths. Phone Strozier at 678.516.4993.

    Hear Johnny Strozier's debut broadcast at this link: 
    http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2014/02/human-rights-demand-channel.html

  • 00:45

    Mary Diaz Human Conflicts Org 05/14/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more paroles. Call in at (347)857.3293. They also advocate for compassionate releases for inmates whose health has deteriorated to the point that they cannot pose any community risk and for elderly inmates. Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization also fight for release of prisoners who were wrongfully convicted and excessively sentenced. Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization provide reentry services to help released Florida inmates get reacclimated into society.

  • 00:30

    2nd Chance w/Vicki (Guest Wade Taylor - Sr. Sex Offender Parole Officer)

    in Radio

    Vicki's radio broadcast provides an open forum discussing support services and real issues for individuals who have been arrested, convicted or incarcerated and trying to re-establish themselves in society with housing, career, family, community and church.


    Special Guest: Wade Taylor, Seniorarole Officer (Sex Offender caseload)


    Vicki Hallman-Bowman, a native Dallas Texan who retired from TDCJ Parole after working 32 years in case management and executive leadership, is now the Program manager for Oasis Center, a 5013C non-profit organization where she coordinates the collaboration and communication with partners who provide reentry supervision, programming, and treatment for the formerly incarcerated, the disenfranchised, and the vulnerable persons in Dallas county and surrounding areas. Her additional responsibilities also include the supervision of the case managers and the oversight of the case management process to include all facets of programming provided to the clients and their families.


    She served as Regional Director for the Parole Division in the North Texas area. Her tenure in this capacity allowed for her to manage the development, implementation, and planning of all parole related functions in this area.  She has been the instrumental force in developing programs for the 22,000 parolees that reported in her area.  Programs that were gender based, cognitive restructuring, cultural based life skills, anger management and other influential curriculums that have provided impact and as result has received many recognitions throughout the country


    In July of 2014, the History Makers proudly announced that her documentary has now been made a permanent part of the History Makers Collection at the Library of Congress. 

  • 01:00

    Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real 04/11/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Johnny Strozier spent over 45 years in the Georgia prison system, from age 10 in 1968 until 2013, when he was middle age. He joined us on "Human Rights Demand" to encourage others to keep the faith and their freedom. Call (818) 572-2947 at 9pmEST Saturday nights to speak with Strozier and his guests, including ministers and advocates like himself who assemble to help answer released prisoners' material and informational needs. They often discuss employment opportunities, reentry programs, and subsistence assistance.


    Strozier and his guests make a human rights demand to stop mass incarceration, and they recognize that part of the cause is low expections of success by ex-offenders. Strozier says if a man will think right, he will act right, and things will go right in his life.  America has a recidivism rate of 67.5 percent, indicating that released prisoners need encouragement and practical help to successfully reenter society. Youths are still going to jail at high rates, and Strozier shares advice and information that can help to redirect them. Tune in, and call to speak on air.


    Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass

  • 00:32

    2nd Chance for ex-offenders w/Vicki (guest Sr. Parole Officer W. Taylor)

    in Radio

    Vicki's radio broadcast provides an open forum discussing support services and real issues for individuals who have been arrested, convicted or incarcerated and trying to re-establish themselves in society with housing, career, family, community and church.


    Special Guest: Wade Taylor, Seniorarole Officer (Sex Offender caseload)


    Vicki Hallman-Bowman, a native Dallas Texan who retired from TDCJ Parole after working 32 years in case management and executive leadership, is now the Program manager for Oasis Center, a 5013C non-profit organization where she coordinates the collaboration and communication with partners who provide reentry supervision, programming, and treatment for the formerly incarcerated, the disenfranchised, and the vulnerable persons in Dallas county and surrounding areas. Her additional responsibilities also include the supervision of the case managers and the oversight of the case management process to include all facets of programming provided to the clients and their families.


    She served as Regional Director for the Parole Division in the North Texas area. Her tenure in this capacity allowed for her to manage the development, implementation, and planning of all parole related functions in this area.  She has been the instrumental force in developing programs for the 22,000 parolees that reported in her area.  Programs that were gender based, cognitive restructuring, cultural based life skills, anger management and other influential curriculums that have provided impact and as result has received many recognitions throughout the country


    In July of 2014, the History Makers proudly announced that her documentary has now been made a permanent part of the History Makers Collection at the Library of Congress. 

  • 02:16

    REBECCA HENSLEY: THE PRISON ABOLITION MOVEMENT, ALBERT WOODFOX & FREEDOM

    in Current Events

    Professor and prison abolitionist     Rebecca Hensley?
    Professor in the Sociology department
    at Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA


    Rebecca Hensley is a writer, speaker, and sociologist who's made a life's work out of unapologetically announcing what she  sees. She says, "  Some people love it. Some people don't. Whatever. The ball is still the ball, no matter what kind of spin somebody tries to put on it."  A commmitted struggler against the prison industrial complex she has worked on the behalf of many warriors locked down most recently the Angola 3


    A skilled orator- teacher - and activist she will display a lifesworth of wisdom for the future genrations of struggle to advance the cause.


    Her Blog: www.whyaminotsurprised.blogspot.com/2010/09/narrative-about-narrative.html


     


     

  • 01:14

    Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real - Reentry 05/23/15

    in Politics Progressive

    Johnny Strozier was a Georgia prisoner for 46 years (from 1968 to 2013) and served about 15 of those years in solitary confinement. Call-in to speak on air at 347.857.3293. Strozier was initially arrested at age 6, when he and friends burglarized an Atlanta warehouse to steal cigarettes for family members and candy for themselves. He was first imprisoned at age 10. His sentence was lengthened numerous times due to his lack of cooperation with juvenile detention rules. Later, his sentence was lengthened to 90 years after assaulting a prison guard.


    Strozier's warden told him he would never exit prison alive because he often escaped and was involved in gang activity, but Strozier changed. He became a Christian in the 1980s. Strozier became active in church, married, and gained his high school diploma while still incarcerated. He also became a certified cook and brick mason. Since prison release, Strozier works, counsels youths, and faithfully attends church. Strozier has been presented to speak at prestigious engagements before college student bodies, civil rights officials, and church congregations. In fact, Strozier assembled a group of churches and individuals to help other released inmates find subsistence assistance, encouragement, and a spiritual family.

    Strozier will share information about reentry opportunities, the importance of avoiding behavior that leads to incarceration, and he plans interviews with persons who can share valuable information that will improve lives of former inmates and at-risk youths. Phone Strozier at 678.516.4993.

  • 01:31

    Prison - Are We Using it or Abusing it?

    in Entertainment

    Are we using prisons as a form of behavior modification or are we using it as a way to keep criminals away from society?


    What about those who are falsly imprisoned?


    How about corporate prisions?


    Tune in with us tonight to find out more about it.


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  • 00:28

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill 05/27/15

    in Politics Progressive

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal
    Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air.




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric care and medications and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people released from correctional facilities and hospitals, eliminate incarceration without trials. End capital punishment.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about mental illness in the criminal justice system.


    Contact Mary “Loves Justice” Neal at (678)531-0262 or (571)335-1741.   
    MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
    NNIA is directed by Dr. Floyd Harris, Associated Minister of New Light for New Life Church of God, Fresno, CA.