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 My second book in the "Leave the Rat Race to the Rats" trilogy has been released. It is titled "Tackling Crime and Policing in the Ghetto with Goodwillism". The final book in the trilogy, "Overcoming Political Impotence in the Ghetto with Goodwillism" will be released soon.


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"Tackling Crime and Policing in the Ghetto with Goodwillism"
The greed and the ruthlessness of the dehumanizing money-chasing rat race culture serve as a catalyst for crime. Crime is a major factor for the mise

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51tqyHIfQIL._SX459_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgCommunity Reentry is not easy, but here is the evidence that it most definitely can be successfully achieved.

This is free today.

This guide to community reentry has successfully changed the lives of countless people who served time in prison, and then reentered mainstream society with a positive and productive direction.

This 400-plus page book is free today on Amazon.

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This is an exceptionally long article. It might be easier to print and read it over breakfast, or at bedtime.

This article is geared toward people who seem to continuously find themselves in adversarial situations, or as sometimes coined, "Stuck in the revolving door of the judicial system." In many instances, an individual finds him or herself stuck in the system, in large part because of whom they continue to associate with. Be aware, your friends may not have your best interest at heart.

In ord

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Genuinely free help today.

“Whether a person wants one or not, they are going to have a journey. The destinations of their journey are dependent upon the choices they make during their Journey.”

There are very few people who at some point during their life haven’t taken a fall, realized a setback or had to pick him or herself back up and move on with life.

The magnitude of each individual’s challenge is gigantic, because it is his or her personal challenge, which they are living in real time.


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For many people who have a less than pristine history, the biggest barrier they face in seeking employment is frequently the fear of disclosing their conviction more than anything else. Ex-offenders cringe at the very thought of having to tell someone their story. For goodness sakes, what are they going to do - say “Boo!” and take away your birthday?

When I am growing a fast-paced business, particularly in a relatively new industry, litigation is fairly common. Invariably, my felony convictions a

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The first consideration an individual must contemplate when facing community re-entry after incarceration is whether or not he or she genuinely wants a different path in life.
Changing your life path requires work, dedication and sacrifice. If an individual is unwilling to put forth the effort and work that is necessary to change his or her life path, then that person will probably find the exercise of trying to reenter mainstream society very frustrating.

People who do not genuinely want to embr

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Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” -- Martin Luther King, Jr. Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963

By Marilyn Kai Jewett

In the next few days people all over the nation will celebrate civil rights icon, Martin Luther King, Jr.  Folks will attend luncheons, lectures and interfaith services.  They’ll clean schools, paint walls and feed the homeless, but go right back to business as usual after the feel good “day of service.”   While they’ll quote the “I have a Dream

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US Prison Labor is Very profitable


From the Ramparts                                               


Junious Ricardo Stanton                                          

    “The racism that pervades every aspect of life in capitalist society — from jobs, income and housing to education and opportunity — is most brutally reflected by who is caught up in the U.S. prison system. More than 60 percent of U.S. prisoners are people of color. Seventy percent of those being sentenced under the three strikes law in California — which requires

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by LilaRobinson

Free Sara Kruzan~ Tonight we will talk with Guest Kim-Deanne and Sara's Aunt Anne about the Shocking Truth about human trafficking, Domestic Violence and Prostitution that led a young child to kill her Pimp. Help Free Sara

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by Michelle Alexander

June 8, 2011




A white woman with gray hair pulled neatly into a bun raises her hand. She keeps it up, unwavering and rigid, as she waits patiently for her turn to speak. Finally, the microphone is passed to the back of the room, and she leaps to her feet. With an air of desperation she blurts out, "You know white people suffer in this system, too, don't you? It's not just black and brown people destroyed by this drug w
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by Sis. Marpessa Kupendua

"I WANT TO LIVE EVERY DAY, because I'm afraid I might lose it all again!" - Former DOC No. A27963

Transitioning from a prisoner number to an adult person expected to take on adult responsibilities can be overwhelming for many ex-inmates, particularly those who were incarcerated for long periods of time.  The prison industry is flourishing because America is locking up more people than any country in the entire world (2 millio

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Japan/China Purchases Over 50% of U.S. Prison Bonds

PRISON USA - Japan/China purchases Over 50% of the U.S. Prison B Message ListMessage #81029 - posted by: Brother AllPrasesDueToTheCreator
Note: There was a recent article entitled: Obama: U.S.-China relations to shape the 21st Century.Over 50% of the Money Market U.S. Prison Bonds right now are purchased in Japan or China. 14th Amendment Black U.S. NEGROS have no clue about what is actually going on right up under their noses. So-called Black People are too busy being
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Troy Speaks

UPDATE: ANOTHER STAY FOR TROY"...let Justice roll down like water, And Righteousness as a Mighty stream"Friends, I could not be happier to share with you that Troy Davis received a stay of execution - this means that his execution scheduled for Monday night is OFF! The stay is based on a new appeal that was filed Wednesday seeking permission to file a new lawsuit based on innocence claims.On behalf of GFADP, the board and our members, we offer our sincerest thanks to all the folks at the Georgia
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