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A poem I found in my notebook from when I was locked up, I have a lot of them… SMH

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FMM 1 13 17 Return of the Prodigal

“Half the story has never been told…” ~ Robert Nesta Marley.

Superstitions are funny things.  For whatever reason, human beings hold on to unreasonable beliefs, even after science refutes them.  984 more words

Global Health And Disparities

The Letter from Birmingham Jail at Eastern State Penitentiary


If you’re in the Philadelphia area and looking for something educational and meaningful to commemorate the Martin Luther King holiday, come to Eastern State Penitentiary… 143 more words

History

A Deeper Glance At The Thirteenth Amendment

The Thirteenth Amendment has always been viewed as a good thing. The Thirteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime, according to… 535 more words

Opinion

PRISONERS UNITED OF SILICON VALLEY Newsletter #1 — Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity

– LETTER OF APPRECIATION –

Greetings and solidarity to each other and all who participated in our initial Hunger Strike to end the arbitrary use of solitary confinement and inhumane treatment in Santa Clara County Jails.

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News

THE PLIGHT OF THE VIETNAMESE PEOPLE AFTER THE COMMUNIST CONQUEST OF SOUTH VIETNAM

THE PLIGHT OF THE VIETNAMESE PEOPLE AFTER THE COMMUNIST CONQUEST OF SOUTH VIETNAM

It has been estimated that 65,000 South Vietnamese were executed by the communist North Vietnamese who took over the Republic of South Vietnam (RSV) on April 29, 1975. 863 more words

Faith

“Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.¹ Who hopes for what he already has? But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently.² We have this hope as an anchor for our souls, firm and secure.

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