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  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/inhumane-prison-policy/

    The Ill Effects of Inhumane Prison Policy

    Prison life is abnormal, and in order to maintain a semblance of sanity, you must be abnormal, which in of itself is oxymoronic. The abnormality of prison is exacerbated by ill-advised prison policy. 例如, eighteen years ago the maximum-security prisons in Illinois were put on 23-1 (23 hours on lockdown and 1 hour out-of-cell time) and prison administrators were contemplating ending contact visits, and I composed a letter to several prominent people in Illinois who were fighting to keep...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/the-reconstruction-and-restoration-of-values-and-morals/

    The Reconstruction and Restoration of Values and Morals

    The times we live in demand and require the reconstruction and restoration of values and morals. The expectations of the youth are fostered by the capitalist nature of the society they come up in. These youth are flashed all day long by 2Chains, 瑞克·羅斯, and T.I., and the celebrity lifestyle of mega mansions, helicopters and private jets. The music, the movies, the TMZ, Access Hollywood, and even the national news outlets reserve a space strictly for celebrity news and gossip. Don’t...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/dont-believe-the-hype-all-law-is-theory/

    不要相信炒作: All Law is Theory

    They say the opposite of truth is a person’s own perception. I find that to be very true in life. 例如, when I was in United States Penitentiary (USP) 劉易斯堡, a corrections officer told me racial profiling was a lie, a myth used by young black men to shift the blame to police. I learned from that interaction that a lie is not the opposite of truth. 然而, some lies are truth (See FBI Task Force on Racial Profiling). When I first came to prison I learned the majority of...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/prison-is-pure-evil/

    Prison is Pure Evil

    I pray you are moving in a positive direction today, and using your energy wisely. Someone wrote me awhile back, a young cat on the street, and asked me what it’s like in prison. My response was some mornings when I wake up it’s just like yesterday. Life in prison. Then there are days when I wake up and I can tell right at the moment I open my eyes that today is going to be different. Today is as though life does not even exist. It’s something out of a horror movie. And I get...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/a-world-unchanged/

    A World Unchanged

    Rising from a restless slumber Shareef pulls pack the covers and his feet land on the seemingly frozen floor of his broken down apartment, “I’m so tired of this dump.” Standing erect, “Umph,” he groans putting a hand to his lower back, “this mattress killing me, Imma have to find money for a new one.” His eyes catch 8:15 on his desktop clock. He’s twenty minutes off schedule, “Tsst,” he hisses, “stupid alarm clock; I should have...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/accepting-responsibility/

    Accepting Responsibility

    What you see is not always what you get. In the process of finally accepting responsibility for my wrongdoings I realized that what you see is not what you get. Few people are willing to concede to their share of wrongdoing. These individuals are blind to their own faults. They see no room to improve. They want to dominate others. They crave admiration and attention. They are vindictive, distrustful, 敵對的, manipulative, and self-serving. They don’t stop to consider consequences. They...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/poverty-and-violence/

    Poverty and Violence

    How do we curb the violence in communities across the nation? The government and politicians answers are stricter gun laws and longer prison sentences, which, by the way, have proven not to work. Even with these strict laws and so many people in prison for so long, violence is at an all time high. The only logical thing to do is devise a more reasonable and humane plan of action. Studies show that violence is imminent in impoverished communities. Now the bigger question becomes if we know...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/thoughts-of-a-man/

    一個人的思考

    我一直有我自己的看法個人誰辜負了一個男人的標題類型. 一個是不是一個人,只是因為他是21歲以上. 這是真的, 根據韋氏詞典, 一個人是成年人, 先生, 紳士, 男. 但也有一定的責任來與作為一個男人,我覺得定義一個人. 男人負責. 男人不僅有一個團隊來追究他的責任, 他認為自己的責任. 男人是父親. Not just because the part he plays in...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/letter-to-the-mayor-of-newark/

    Letter to the Mayor of Newark

    A letter to the Mayor of Newark Ras J. Baraka Peace to you and yours. I first want to thank you for everything you have done for me in the past. Second, I want to apologize for the rough patch they put you through because of me. I had no idea things were that big and that was my mistake. I did not realize the seriousness of who I was. For that I deeply apologize. 現在, it has taken me so long to sit down and write this letter. My peoples, before she passed away, told me to write you but I...閱讀更多

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/gun-control-or-mental-health/

    Gun Control or Mental Health?

    Once again a massacre has taken place at one of our higher learning institutions. This time it was in Oregon. President Obama said, “it’s becoming routine,” in his remarks that were aired on news reports after the shooting. But still in all, there is no resolve. Gun control is still in constant debate, but my opinion is gun control is not the answer. Taking away our fundamental right to bear arms is not the solution to the actual problem. Since 2012 and the tragic Sandy Hook...閱讀更多


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