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    我的名字是喬治Frison又名G-球. 我想 50 歲,並提高了對芝加哥的奧本 - 格雷沙姆區南邊, 上恩格爾伍德的邊界線. 我從了許多會認為是一個良好的待辦事項家人來, as my parents owned and operated an upholstery business in our neighborhood around 79th and Loomis. 我還提出了在路德教會,並在唱詩班. 在 1980, 我曾與一個男孩打過來一個女孩. 經過一系列報復他的哥哥對我,...閱讀更多



    The following is a guest post written by Roosevelt Wilder while at Stateville Correctional Center (喬利埃特, 伊利諾伊州). 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...閱讀更多


    Trumped Out

    Right about now the entire world is focused on Donald Trump taking office. Everyone is concerned with Trump’s political leanings. By all means, we should have a space in our lives for politics. 然而, the state of real policy and law-making exists on such a level that the masses have very little actual insight into what’s happening. We need to focus on changing our world and make the real changes happen ourselves. Politicians will never fix the income gap between the rich and the...閱讀更多



    我真討厭看這些程序與這些所謂的解決方案,在貧困社區的暴力, 尤其是在我的家鄉芝加哥. 誰想出這些解決方案的人住在高樓光澤和花式舒適的家園,是脫節. 他們不明白的人一天到一天的鬥爭中,他們談論社區. 他們是這麼快的說主要解決方案是修復破碎的家庭或警察和社區之間的關係,...閱讀更多



    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,...閱讀更多


    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...閱讀更多


    Al Hatley

    I am Alan Hatley aka AlCapWes. I am 61-years-young. I am a prisoner being held at the old Illinois state penitentiary (Stateville) in Joliet, 伊利諾伊州. I’m serving a LIFE sentence for Murder and Home Invasion. I’ve been locked up since November 6, 1989. I’m from the city of Chicago, a neighborhood called K-Town, located in the city’s 24th Ward known as North Lawndale, 60623, where I have no street affiliations. 現在, looking back over my life, I can see with clear...閱讀更多


    Samuel Karim: Who I Am

    20 年監禁- 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, 洛杉磯, and Gary, Indiana. I have attended around nineteen different schools. I really never had any sort of foundation except...閱讀更多


    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. 看, I’m no athlete, actor, 政治家, or any other type public figure, so I don’t have to be politically...閱讀更多


    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...閱讀更多