50 Shades of Inmates – Incarceration Does Not Discriminate When Do We Break The Cycle? “That’s just my baby daddy.” “ He didn’t mean it. I shouldn’t have been running my mouth.” “ I don’t need school. I just need to get high”.
In a circle of people, religion and politics tend to become the elephant in the room that no one wants to approach. Even in the new millennium, the same myths, misunderstandings and misnomers exist about Islam and the people who practice it as
The evolution of television over the last 20 years from a black and white screen that broadcasted all White casted shows has come into the new millennium with four major networks that pride themselves on diversity in their programming. Well, not so fast.
Bullying is Causing Unnecessary Deaths The 10-year-old who committed suicide recently in a rural Illinois community came home from school the day before in tears. It wasn’t the first time. Ashlynn Conner, a fifth-grader, had complained of bullying for two years. After the
Time and date set for Troy Davis execution The state has set a time and date to execute Troy Anthony Davis at 7 p.m. Oct. 27, 2008 even as his advocates continue to insist Georgia is about to execute an innocent man. On Wednesday
Guantanamo Bay The United States of America Does not torture people. It just has other people do it for them and they stand in the corner watching over their shoulders. The reality is that movies portraying corruption, torture, deception, and even murder sometimes
#Prisonworld View – The First Amendment – What Does it Really Mean for Inmates? Amendment I  Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press;
The Facts Raise the Question: How much time should a lifer serve in prison? Life sentences were originally developed as a indeterminate, a term of imprisonment without a prescribe duration of the sentence. Sentencing such as 20/years to life denotes a minimum length
Harry Belafonte Blasts Hollywood Re: Mass Incarceration As major celebrities sat in the audience enjoying the NAACP Awards ceremony, Harry Belafonte steps to the mic to accept his award with words of wisdom. His speech did not include how wonderful he was, how