A Year Has Passed Since George Floyd’s Death and Nothing has Changed

George Floyd died one year ago today and there hasn’t been significant change on any level. Instead, private companies and public government once again have convinced Black people that representation equals liberation.A Year Has Passed Since George Floyd’s Death and Nothing has Changed

Excerpt from King: The Early Years

Chapter 12 Child… now you know Redd rolling in his grave at the very thought of this,” Dekoven said in a pretentious effeminate voice. He was sitting in an office chair across from Sticky's desk dressed casually in a Marc Jacobs leisure suit and wearing Lacoste loafers. Available on Amazon “I know…” Sticky laughed, “but …

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The Phucking Wire!

Ok... so we're within days of "The Phucking Wire!" and we thought we'd reach out to our fam for some suggestions. Currently we have five themes: 1. UNLAWFUL, which will be a segment dedicated to covering stories on criminal justice reform and advocacy. For example, stories about people's experiences as attorneys working in the courtroom. …

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Volunteer Position: Resource Development Committee — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

Resource Development Committee: Works under the supervision of the Director of Grant Writing Projects to write grants and apply for a particular grant; in tune with the organization’s mission, vision, and strategic plan; identify suitable grant competitions that align with the current and future goals of the organization, and develops and writes grant proposals to […] …

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Make Cell Phones Legal In Prison — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

California and a number of other states really need to get with the program in terms of allowing inmates to use cell phones. They are already in prisons “legally” across the nation. See link! https://www.wspa.com/news/upstate-jail-lets-inmates-use-cell-phones/1321732036 via Make Cell Phones Legal In Prison — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

Give Me Free! A Critique on Contemporary Prison Movements. — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

By Ivan Kilgore, June 2019 I’d say the Free Alabama Movement had a lot to do with many of the reforms in the state of Alabama that we are seeing in the news recently. Namely, the resending of the Habitual Offender Act, which lead to a sentence of LWOP. For those of you who do […] …

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