asdas Julai 2016 - Live kutoka lockdown

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    Justice and Peace

    I used to fight over colors I used to fight over territory to hustle on I used to fight over disrespect I thought I was hard I thought I was like that I thought I was a man, but deep inside I was emotionally distressed, mentally depressed. I was cold; I was just-ice I was in a state of imprisonment within myself In my prison I had fights with me I had constant lockdowns I felt all alone, with thoughts of homicide, suicide and many other violent injustices. I believed I was a victim of...SOMA ZAIDI


    A Mother’s Letter to Her Son in Prison

    Bi. Irene Best is a young black mother who at the age of thirteen was taken advantage of and gave birth to Jason Best. At the age of eighteen, Jason kushoto yake katika flash kutokana na mfululizo wa uhalifu kwamba bila kupata naye Mtindo Maisha gerezani. mwaka baada ya kufungwa jela Jason aliandika barua yake hii. Ndugu Jason, siku uliyozaliwa, Mimi mwenyewe alikuwa bado mtoto, kumi na tatu umri wa miaka. Nikaona saa wewe na alitabasamu, wakijua kwamba wakati mbele ya Mungu ibariki me. Licha ya vikwazo wote sisi ...SOMA ZAIDI


    Manhood (Sehemu 2)

    “Mtu akitaka ukuu, let him forget greatness and ask for truth, and he will find both” -Horace Mann What kind of example are you setting for the little homies out there? And more importantly, who’s raising your sons? I hope it’s not the TV or Internet. Kama ni hivyo, not only does your son run a 90% risk of going to prison, there’s also a high likelihood that he’ll be gay or indulge in some kind of homosexual activity. Je, si kupata vibaya, I’m all...SOMA ZAIDI


    Katika ulinzi wa Watu wetu: Alton Sterling, Philando Castilla, Diamond Reynolds

    Kwanza kabisa, Napenda kutuma rambirambi zangu kwa Castilla y familia Sterling. Mawazo yangu ya pili ni kwa Diamond Reynolds. Mimi nataka kujua wewe ni muhimu sana katika maisha haya. Wewe ni kutokana sifa mkubwa na heshima kwa nini alifanya. Wewe ni shujaa wa kweli kwa kukaa kimya na imara katika mstari wa moto. Mungu tu anajua nini na binti yako alikuwa na kwenda kupitia wakati wa kukutana kwamba. Na Mungu tu anajua nini itakuwa na kuvumilia kusonga mbele. Akubariki. Let me ask this...SOMA ZAIDI


    All We Want Is Equal Justice

    In prison we are mourning the recent tragedies and loss of life in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas. The gross injustices and police aggression in this country has us convicted violent felons asking ourselves, each other, the parole boards, and the public: who are the real killers? In the streets we kill each other out of ignorance, chasing capitalist dreams, trying to live up to misplaced values. Our overseers, the local police, are killing us like it is a Hunger Game. America must continue...SOMA ZAIDI


    WARNING: The Emasculation of a Nation

    *DISCLAIMER* The views expressed hereafter are explicitly those of the author – mimi, Roderick Sutton. They do not represent the views of Live From Lockdown or its affiliates. It is no secret that the United States of America prides itself as being built on Christian principles. Lakini, by all accounts, this nation should pride itself as being built on unadulterated hypocrisy. A hypocrisy that has slowly eroded the morality of it citizens. A hypocrisy that is emasculating this nation and...SOMA ZAIDI


    Is love the key to criminal justice reform and stopping police shootings?

    For anyone who knows me, I am very passionate about criminal justice reform. I believe it is a MAJOR root to today’s social problems. Being a black man, the potential for violence to erupt between young black men and the police was as real as using the drive-thru at McDonald’s. It was just a FACT. We literally would not drive down certain roads in Washington D.C. Kwa nini? Because we knew better. Dallas Police Shootings This week there has been more tragedy than I believe any of us...SOMA ZAIDI


    After all the protesting, will something finally change?

    I see the world is starting to see through the eyes of an African-American thanks to social media. But after all the protesting, will something finally change? Do more blacks or police have to die just so we can receive justice? Do this shine light on the criminal justice system? Everyone is trying to understand why blacks are targeted, why blacks are hated so much we hate each other. I can tell why. Maybe it’s the simple fact that we consider ourselves American. Sound crazy? Think about...SOMA ZAIDI


    Trenton State Prison on Smash

    This post was received before Omar Austin’s last post. The previous post was published first in order to get word of his mother’s unexpected death to family and friends. What it do? Sorry for being out of touch for a few months. I was on smash back at Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison. They worked it on me. I’m solid though, no matter where I have to be. All prisons are slave camps. It’s a fact that the authorities utilize and manipulate location and the difference in...SOMA ZAIDI


    Intoxication Rape

    The Stanford rape case compelled me to write this post. Imagine you’re out with a buddy. The two of you decide to hit a bar. As the night goes on, he mentions that he had a rough week and needs to unwind. “I got you,” you say as you try to get the bartender’s attention. “Two beers, two shots of tequila and keep ’em coming!” You and your friend sit at the bar laughing, drinking and making a game of trying to figure who will give in to the shots of...SOMA ZAIDI

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