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  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/overcoming-emotions-for-successful-reentry/

    Overcoming Emotions for Successful Reentry

    For many prisoners the thought of reentry will spark a mix of emotions. Joy, excitement, anticipation will  surely be among them. Tagging along in the back of your mind will undoubtedly be little brother fear. Fear of not having a stable place, or any place, to go. Fear of not being able to get a job. Fear of not being able to get by on minimum wage. Fear of old enemies looking for revenge. These concerns, and possibly more, are at the root of why many prisoners get out of prison only to come...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/legal-update-criminal-sentencing/

    Legal Update: Criminal Sentencing

    Traditionally, it has not been the guilt or innocence of a defendant, but the SENTENCE, thereto imposed, that has shaken the very foundation of our communities. 2016 may be one of the best years in ALL the history of criminal SENTENCING. All of you who follow me know why I believe that the criminal justice system has been ONE OF THE DRIVING FORCES behind the decimation of minority communities. The UNIT in the home makes up the NEIGHBORHOOD, the neighborhood the COMMUNITY, the...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/hope-for-the-future/

    Hope for the Future

    I send my condolences to the families of all the victims of police brutality. We must strengthen our rope of hope! I have been in a dull and bitter emotional state for sometime now. Watching the news makes me feel some type of way. It’s very painful to see the lack of justice and accountability in today’s world. Not only are we as people murdered by government officials, but we as people are harassed. It seems that color supersedes all. There seems to be never-ending roadblocks to...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/death-prison/

    Dealing With Death in Prison: When it All Hits You at Once

    The worst news anyone can wake up to in prison is the death of his mother. My mother died on June 30, 2016. And to top it off, I did not learn of her death through the prison administration. Nope, it didn’t happen that way! Something told me to call a woman who has been in my life twenty years and I consider my wife. Unbeknownst to me, she was on her way to the prison, a route she has driven many, many times over the years. She almost lost her life in several near-miss accidents and now...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/love-eternal/

    Love Eternal

    May God bless you to the depths of your heart’s desire and give you joy, peace and contentment throughout your day. I greet you in peace and love eternal. I want you to understand me and my position as I understand you and yours. It’s important that you know that I will never take you for granted or mistreat you. Your trust is not misplaced in me. I’m not that kind of guy. I believe deeply in a relationship where the journey leads to the establishment of an honest, sincere...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/marginalized-the-criminalization-of-a-race/

    Marginalized: The Criminalization of a Race

    As the cycle of mass incarceration continues, prison will be an expected rite of passage into manhood for an even greater number of African American men. Sadly, most will consider their prison experience to be a badge of honor. Truth be told, more than any other ethnic group in this nation, people of African descent, particularly males, have endured the somber and debilitating impacts of prison. In 2010, African Americans comprised nearly 50% of the incarcerated population in America while...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/quawntay-adams-aka-bosco/

    Quawntay Adams aka Bosco

    What’s up everybody! Welcome to my page. I appreciate your time and attention. My name is Quawntay Adams, better known as Bosco. I’m from Compton, California. Right now I am locked up in United States Penitentiary Canaan, a federal prison in Waymart, Pennsylvania, serving a 35-year sentence for possession of marijuana. I’ve been incarcerated since January 2004, and I don’t know when I’m getting out. I have a clemency petition pending before the Obama...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/amerikkkas-hitler-stop-donald-trump/

    Amerikkka’s Hitler: Stop Donald Trump

    As we strive for liberation, and acknowledge the gains we have made, for our self preservation one truth must be spoken plain . . . Donald Trump must be stopped! By any and all means! He is the epitome of the white nationalist enemy. The same white supremacy that birthed Hitler’s Nazi Germany. 2016 is not just another bourgeoisie presidential election. No, this election is a fight for the soul of Black Amerika. B.L.A.C.K. people, that is Black, Latinos, Asians/Arabs (progressive)...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/support-colin-kaepernick/

    Why I support Colin Kaepernick

    Photo Credit: Chris Carlson/Associated Press Why do I support Colin Kaepernick? I know how hard hard it is for a black man in America today. From the drug usage to the disunity and violence, I see of the effects of the psychological warfare waged on us. I see how we are turned against each other and how we encourage disunity among ourselves based on what we were taught by the very same people we believe can help us. The minute a person agrees to work with the government they destroy lives and...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/my-fathers-a-police-officer-im-in-prison-lets-talk-law-enforcement/

    My Father’s a Police Officer, I’m in Prison: Let’s Talk Law Enforcement

    The following is a guest post from Deshawn Gall, a prisoner at United States Penitentiary Tucson. For twenty-five years my father Theotis Porter, who recently passed away, was a Cleveland Heights Police Officer. After his twenty-five years of service he retired due to health complications. As a child I witnessed him in action. I even have memories of riding through the streets of Cleveland in his cruiser that he kept parked out front of the house. The older I became, the more I grew infatuated...READ MORE


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