Category Archives: Prison Industry

Veterans of “armed forces” for Equality

While we remember our veterans for whom we are deeply grateful, let us also take time to appreciate those “veterans of the city wars” fought for peace and freedom.  In addition to those fighting in the U. S. Armed Forces, … Continue reading

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Today’s Relevance of Angela Davis

Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate Entertainment, is releasing a new movie about the revolutionary,  Angela Davis, on April 5th!  Black Bloggers Connect touts Free Angela as “a must see documentary! A candid and powerful account of the tumultuous times and … Continue reading

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School-to-Prison Pipeline

Road of Discipline As a parent and a parent/community leader, I have a dire concern about the prevailing school-to-prison pipeline that has many pipes through which it works. “According to the U.S Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR), … Continue reading

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