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    African Hebrew Israelites and Redemptive Struggle in Prison

    Young brothers enter prison and become curious about religion and various spiritual paths. 30 brothers meet upstairs in the gym at Stateville Correctional Center (Joliet, Illinois) contribuir al entendimiento de Israel en hebreo y la forma hebraica de la vida,,en,Una vez al mes tenemos una pregunta y respuesta en el espíritu de fraternidad universal y la justicia,,en,comienza,,en,I o alguien más se abre con,,en,Avivamiento del Espíritu Santo,,en,mientras que los que no están definidos al mismo tiempo como adoradores falsos,,en,y todos los demás procesos biológicos,,en,He aprendido que la fórmula funciona,,en. Once a month we have a question and answer in the spirit of universal brotherhood and righteousness. The aim is to give all in search of redemption practical things they can do, as well as historical information on our identity and...LEER MÁS



    The following is a guest post written by Roosevelt Wilder while at Stateville Correctional Center (Joliet, Illinois). Wilder has since been transferred to Danville Correctional Center (Danville, Illionis) where he is serving a 60-year sentence for murder. He has been incarcerated since 1995. Fruit of the loom Saggin’ from the ass of the fruit of the womb. Ashy backs and ass cracks Sadly, howling at the moon, Doomed . . . before they could learn to eat with a spoon Consumed . . . by the...LEER MÁS


    The Harsh Reality of Prison

    Kevin King, known as KK, has just been convicted of Armed Robbery and sentenced to 65 años de prisión. KK is 24 years-old. He must serve 85% of his 65-year sentence, which will make him about 70 cuando es liberado de prisión,,en,KK es un hijo único,,en,no hay sobrinas,,en,o tías,,en,Su madre está en la grieta y las calles le levantó,,en,Una vez KK golpea en la cárcel de la mayor parte de las calles lo abandonaron,,en,Sus Homies desaparecieron,,en,Su novia se dejó,,en,Ya no podía proporcionar los fondos y buenos momentos con sus ganancias mal habidas,,en,No había nadie en cualquiera de sus audiencias judiciales que condujeron a su condena,,en,Era sólo él y el sistema,,en,Ahora está sentado en una profunda reflexión y la contemplación de lo que va a hacer,,en,KK no está en una banda, pero viene de una zona donde la 4ª calle Santos ejecutar el capó,,en,Él y un hermano llamado KillZone utiliza para montar y robar juntos y él era un cuarto calle San representados,,en,Fue debido a que KillZone KK hizo a través de su año de cárcel,,en. KK is an only child, no nieces, sobrinos, cousins, tíos, or aunts. His mother is on crack and the streets raised him. Once KK hits the jail most of the streets abandoned him. His homies disappeared. His girlfriend left. He could no longer provide the funds and good...LEER MÁS


    Hood PTSD is Real

    I know a secret that most men and women in prison and in urban America suffer from. Our secret is is Hood Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Hood PTSD). Hood PTSD is an understanding and recognition that men, women and children raised in war-torn ghettos across the United States of America face the same harms, anxieties and mental disorders as our soldiers who serve in the military and go to war. I believe my mental disorder (Hood PTSD) was caused by numerous factors such as abusive parents,...LEER MÁS


    The Mis-Education of Black Children

    “The marvel of the living mind is that when it is illumined it can move into uncharted territories. It is enabled to take this step not out of reaction to the hurts of the past, but through the miracle of liberation from them…” -Indira Gandhi I read somewhere that “one of the highest most universal freedom in the world is the freedom to educate your children to live free.” But that is a freedom consistently, systematically and viciously denied the children of African descent in...LEER MÁS


    When does forgiveness begin and dehumanization stop?

    “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” -Johan Wolfgang von Goethe “Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” -Hebrews 13:13 I want to take a moment to define I’ve shared a quote in a previous post by my friend and author J. Doyle what is meant by dehumanization- to divest of human qualities or personality. This process...LEER MÁS


    Samuel Karim: Who I Am

    20 años de encarcelamiento- Samuel Karim of Chicago, Illinois Digging deep in the complex soil that is me, Samuel Karim, understanding why I am who I am– that is my legacy. I was born during the 1970s into a Muslim home with its own complexities. My father was a minister of the Nation of Islam. I was born in Chicago. I have lived in Saint Louis, Fort Worth, Los Ángeles, and Gary, Indiana. I have attended around nineteen different schools. I really never had any sort of foundation except...LEER MÁS


    Time to Wake Up

    It’s time to wake up! Along time ago I had to learn to accept that just as not all characters are the same, not all minds are alike. Therefore because a lesson is capable of being taught by one does not dictate that it can easily be learned by another. Certain things can be understood by certain people, but most things are likely to be misunderstood by most people. ¡Mire, I’m no athlete, actor, político, or any other type public figure, so I don’t have to be politically...LEER MÁS


    2016 Elecciones presidenciales: ¿Qué queremos?

    “The opposite of fact is falsehood, but the opposite of one profound truth may very well be another profound truth.” -Neils Bohr I’ve been thinking about the 2016 presidential election and how blacks are too focused on who we want in office when we should be more focused on what we want for our vote. Democratic politicians simply expect the black vote, like it’s inherited from their predecessor, while ignoring our concerns. Their prospects depend in large part on giving...LEER MÁS


    The Real: Prisoners discuss use of the N-word

    I attend a class here at Stateville Correctional Center (Joliet, Illinois) called Further Learning/Creative Writing. The class consists of reading various great authors and writing what got out of and think about the literature. We read Black Boy by Richard Wright and discussed it in class. In particular, the use of the word nigger and question of who can and cannot use the word. Out of this discussion was born a conversation with a young brother by the name of Toney Cole R-47028. Tony is 31-years...LEER MÁS

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