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Confinement in a prison cell creates a whole set of memories that a person may want to forget. What is it like to return home after a long period of being controlled and restricted? What psychological damage to ones self esteem needs to be repaired and how can that be done? What unseen emotional scars need healing, and can a person's family really understand what he or she went through? How does one offer support to a family member or friend returning from prison
It is unconscionable but true the arrest rate in America has gone down but the prison incarceration rate has exponentially gone up! The inner city needless to say has the greatest percentages and people of color are disproportionately affected. Public awareness is necessary for us to make the changes and the will to put forth the effort will require love and courage. The data is undeniable the question is do we have the will to address it.
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TONIGHT: Ozark breeder gives up 200 dogs Man accused of arson at facility.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — An unlicensed breeder in southwest Missouri agreed to surrender 200 purebred dogs after allegedly setting fire to his property, distraught over his wife’s leaving, financial problems and the prospect of losing his animals.
“I just went a little nuts,” Michael VanderWall told the Ozark County sheriff Tuesday, according to a probable cause affidavit.
WE CLOSE OUT THE WEEK DISCUSSING THE INDUSTRIAL PRISON SYSTEM AND WHISTLE BLOWERS.
JUDGE SENTENCED TO 28 YEARS IN PRISON FOR SELLING BLACK TEENS TO PRISONS.
GENERAL PATRAEUS GIVEN MISDEMEANOR FOR VIOLATING THE ESPIONAGE ACT WHILE OTHER WHISTLE BLOWERS ARE PROSECUTED TO PRISON TIME UNDER THE SAME LAW.
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DiShan Washington is a native of Valley, Alabama. Married at the age of 16, she became one of the youngest known First Ladies (Pastor’s wife) at the age of 17.
She is the National and Essence best-selling author of, “Diary of a Mad First Lady” (Urban Books-March 2010) and “The Preacher’s Wifey” (February 2013); author of “Delilah: The Man (A Single Woman’s Guide to Not Choosing The Wrong Man), and the nationally recognized playwright for plays such as: “Everything That Look Good Ain’t Good For You”, “Is Love Supposed To Hurt?”, and “I Can If I Want To”. Her theatrical and literary work has gotten the attention of prominent filmmakers, radio hosts, journalists, magazines, production companies, and even pastors across the nation.
Becky has had a handful of different careers over the years - mostly because of the every evolving desire to express and experience life in different ways. She came to Nashville in 1985 and freelanced in the video production field which later evolved into graphic arts. She returned to school in 1994 and practiced as a licensed massage therapist for 15 years, using the business name Sole to Soul.
She retired her massage license in 2009 and went back to the classroom again to become a Mixologist (fancy name for Bartender). While bartending she began focusing on her most recent pursuits and has been teaching as an Infinite Possibilities Trainer, certified by Mike Dooley of the Notes from the Universe.
Becky now uses her love of teaching as a volunteer at the men's prison. Along with all the different professional "hat changing" she has been a student of the Law of Attraction and holistic health for over 20 years.
At 3pmEST on Fridays, we present Mary Diaz on the "Huaman Rights Demand" radio broadcast. Mary is a prisoner activist who advocates for paroles and pardons. Please call (347)857-3293 to speak on air. You can also listen by computer live or hear the archived tape 24/7. Diaz is affiliated with "Human Conflicts," where "LET MY PEOPLE GO" is the motto. Mary lives in Florida, which had over 5,200 inmates who were parole eligible in 2014 but released fewer than 20. Prison investors on the Pardons and Parole Board are a barrier to freedom for many rehabilitated inmates.
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Don't be to hard on yourself, even our greates Presidents made GREAT MISTAKES. Extrapolated from Chicago Tribune-Perspective.
Feb 16, 2015 we celebrated President's Day but did you know that some of America's greatest leaders were racists, imperialists, philanderers, abusers of power, deniers of rights and just plain misguided people.
On the other hand, they also took bold and risky steps to keep us FREE and we might not even have a country if it weren't for them.
Human beings are like that, full of contradictions.
Cults of personality are the enemy of democracy...etc.
The GOOD and the BAD...etc.
FDR abused his power by...etc.
Abe, leaving citizens jailed...etc.
Truman, a letter to Bess his future wife...etc.
JFK, notorious and Reagan ignored...etc.
Despite being tested by a terrifying diagnosis, Helo Matzelle clung to faith
Helo Matzelle thought her relationship with God was as good as it could get. As a busy stay-at-home mom and devoted wife, she would have described her life as beautiful. Then, one Friday afternoon in 2011, her life changed. In her new book, Halo Found Hope: A Memoir shares how her life went from planning ahead for the weekend to relearning basic skills after being diagnosed with a rare brain tumor.
Matzelle says when she looks back, she should have paid more attention to the physical symptoms: the strange voices in her head, like she was remembering movie lines. The metallic taste in her mouth. The ringing in her ears. But those symptoms were easily chalked up to the stress of life or the effects of spending too much time in a building with freshly painted walls. However, what started as a routine MRI for her ear revealed Matzelle’s symptoms signaled a more serious problem. “After hearing the terrifying news that I had a golf ball-sized tumor on my brain,
Matzelle details how her recovery from surgery was only supposed to entail six days in the hospital, but things took a turn for the worse in the operating room. Matzelle’s brain tumor was one in two million: Because of the way it was structured, the removal caused intense brain swelling, and several hours later, she became unresponsive. A portion of all author proceeds from Helo Found Hope will go to the National Brain Tumor Society,
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