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Ebony Magazine Couple of the Year 2012 Book Signing – Los Angeles

Los Angeles and Surrounding Areas, Please Come Meet Ebony Magazine’s Couple of the Year 2012 and acquire an autographed copy of Surviving Marriage in the 21st Century. ONE DAY ONLY, in sunny Los Angeles, California. A short talk will given to share ways on how you can ignite, innovate and inspire new life into your marriage. Also, find out a little bit more about their upcoming TV Show on the TLC Nework.

Saturday, September 27 – Zahra’s Books ~N~ Things – 2:00pm – 4:00pm PST – 900 N La Brea Ave, Inglewood, CA 90302 – (310) 330-1300

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The Prisonworld Radio Hour Converses with Officer Shafiq Abdussabur

The Prisonworld Radio Hour Converses with Officer Shafiq Abdussabur

What happens when the job you hold so near and dear in order to protect and serve the public becomes controversial? What happens when the color of your skin puts you at odds with the code of the force? Co-hosts, Jenny and Rufus Triplett, get into a deep conversation with New Haven, CT Law Enforcement Officer, Shafiq Abdussabur and no subject is off limits. From racial profiling to what is going on in Ferguson, MO, the conversation gets deep, edgy and as always, stays informative. It’s an interview you do not want to miss.

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188 Months For Crack – Why?

Life in Prison – I am an inmate writer of poetry and reader of good books and am wondering why I received 188 months for 19.2 grams of crack. Thank goodness they have changed the law and maybe I will be getting out but since it is not retroactive then maybe not.

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JOBS for Felons: Companies that Hire Felons – NOT!!!

JOBS for Felons: Companies that Hire Felons – NOT!!! Alright, for the love of my sanity, please, please, PLEASE stop the madness. Stop sharing these lists that claim these companies hire felons. To the person that is sharing the list, have you verified

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Prison: A Revolving Door by an Inmate

Prison: A Revolving Door by an Inmate A Story from the Heart Five generations of a close netted family has been inflicted by the manifestation of a bureaucratic system called the revolving doors of prison. My grandfather had two sons, who had two

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Poetic Justice – WASTED TIME (Inmate Poetry)

WASTED TIME The time that I’ve wasted is my biggest regret,spent in these places I’ll never forget. Just sitting and thinking about the things that I’ve done, the crying, the laughing, the hurt and the fun. Now it’s just me and my hard

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Prisoner Reentry on The Prisonworld Radio Hour

Prisoner Reentry on The Prisonworld Radio Hour How do you get your life back after serving several years in prison? How do you get over being stigmatized?Kevin  Hasan Clay joins co-hosts Rufus & Jenny Triplett of The Prisonworld Radio Hour to discuss his

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California’s Prop 36 Amendment Sets Three Strike Inmate Free after 23 Years – Remember This Guy?

California’s Prop 36 Amendment Sets Three Strike Inmate Free after 23 Years – Remember This Guy? via News10 NBC By Suzanne Phan, sphan@news10.net SACRAMENTO, CA – Some local inmates are one step closer to winning their freedom. Judges are looking at resentencing inmates

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The Central Park Five were Innocent in Prison

The Central Park Five were Innocent in Prison Via Nation of Change It is nearly impossible to know how many people are behind bars for crimes they did not commit because of the sprawling criminal justice system in the United States. “We don’t

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Inmate Status vs Everything Else

Inmate Status vs Everything Else Status and Roles What we are to each other, how we perceive each other and how we treat each other is all relative. In order to classify certain groups, we may choose a status level. Loosely this is

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#Prisonworld View: Education vs Incarceration = Inside-Out Prison Exchange College Program

Virginia Union Announces Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program; First in State Virginia Union University has begun offering the first Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program in Virginia. The program began in the spring semester of 2012 and is being held at the City of Richmond Jail,

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Call to Action: Support the Wrongly Incarcerated

  CLICK HERE for a complete showcase of merchandise. All merchandise proceeds goes towards the Prisonworld Community Outreach Programs and to assist the WRONGLY INCARCERATED.