asdas 六月 2016 - 現場鎖​​定

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    Real Men Still Exist

    I have asked myself a few times during my incarceration: why am I so strong; why am I not weak like so many of these other dudes; why don’t I have to pretend to be a stand-up dude; why I effortlessly remain real; why do I continue to stick to the script and maintain strong principles, values and beliefs no matter the weather or the situation when no one else does? After much contemplation I concluded that I am the way that I am and have persevered because success cannot be measured by...閱讀更多


    先生. White Privilege and the Black Masquerade

    當我們開始我們的長期步行到自由,挑撥離間我們的剋星先生,我們必須揭露那些誰可以通過操作阻礙我們的旅程. 白色特權. 由於所有的黑人將證明, 被黑不只是一個膚色,值得不容置疑的愛和忠誠. 這方面的一個例子是米歇爾·奧巴馬. 不管是什麼,我們認為丈夫的無所作為在某些問題上, 我們都在我們的社區佩服她作為一個真正的黑人婦女. 我們知道,她愛她的人,是她依然...閱讀更多


    Doing LIFE in Prison: What Will be My Legacy?

    I wake each morning to the profound reality of doing LIFE in prison. 現在, having served over 34 years of my life in prison, guilty or innocent, this is not what I or any man was created for. But here I am in a box, caged like an animal, and often, as the tours come through, I am looked upon as such. 是, a man, human no less, but looked at as other than and treated inhumanely; the wretch of the earth. I have a friend who wrote a book titled A Costly American Hatred. His name is Joseph Dole. In...閱讀更多


    Everyday Magic

    Within every thought, word and deed lies power. Power that often goes unacknowledged. Our thoughts are seeds that go bloom in the form of magnificent buildings, life-changing inventions, inspiring poems, and enlightening books. Words emerge from the comfort of our lips aiming for the cushion of the ear. From there they spark the mind into action like a car’s engine. Our deeds are the most obvious semblance of power. One act sparks a revolution that changes the world. 也, one act can...閱讀更多


    To the Fathers In and Out of Jail

    首先, I want to send my love to everybody out there dealing with the madness that never seems to let up. 現在, I want to salute the fathers in and out of jail who are holding down their position, even in adversity. We have to make sure we do our part. This is for the fathers who are doing that and more. I want y’all to know y’all inspire me to do better and keep pushing and doing what I’m supposed to do. In prison you here guys say f*** Father’s Day, and it...閱讀更多


    Father’s Day Thoughts from Prison

    Why is it that so many African-American fathers in this country are being so viciously spited by their own women and children? One of the reasons for this spite is a simple one. In ALL races around the world, the man is the ultimate protector of his woman and children. But in this country many African-American men have literally said, to hell with doing what’s naturally right. Many children have been left fatherless- to protect, raise, and guide themselves. WE have selfishly given up...閱讀更多


    Look at Me

    When you look at me — I’m more than the flesh you see. You see a person, but that’s not me. I’m what your eyes can’t see. I’m the spirit that occupies me. I’m more than me. I want you to get to know who I really am, outside of what your eyes may see. This body is something I use to navigate this existence because we existed before the body we chose to inhabit. We fall short when we associate who we are to the body we dwell In darkness, we navigate the...閱讀更多



    系統湮滅, 方案,缺少愛的, 欺騙性智能, 大眾困惑流血- 無辜的, 雖然他們認為他們是有罪, 邪惡的污點, 那些誰是精神上的污穢教- 說謊者, 欺騙者和非信徒犯下欺詐, 他們好色做惡人比狗少紀律- 這是誰的野獸啟示談到? 創建問題, 惡魔製造情況- 這是一個男人, 不是間諜, with a diabolical...閱讀更多


    Letter to the Bloods and Crips: Stop the Madness

    When I first started to write this post I told my brother Maal that it was going to be a banger, and I need time to get it right. I wanted my head to be in the right place. Before you read, know and understand that I’m addressing the Bloods and Crips of every state across the United States. I’m not just speaking on Jersey. I want to see change everywhere because we are losing this battle. Aren’t all of y’all tired of having your loved ones found dead in those streets?...閱讀更多


    R.I.P. Mom

    R.I.P. Yvonne Austin. My beloved mother has left me. Hearing those dreadful words is the reality of a prisoner. I hurt so much right now. My heart has never been this heavy. It is the most vulnerable time of my whole life. I was in lockup preparing for a big visit with my mom and the chance to look her in the face and tell her how much I love her and that I forgive her for falling victim to the struggle of drug addiction. I was a dumb lil bastard who couldn’t understand things when they...閱讀更多

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