True Rehabilitation Will Put Prisons Out of the Slavery Business
by guest contributor: Swift Justice
“Slavery 1619, 2017” – Art: Arkee Chaney, A71362, P.O. Box 1327, Galesburg IL 61401
Thank you for being patient with my absence and the new method of my way in reaching out to you to discuss what we are attempting to accomplish. First and foremost, I thank God for giving us a platform to be heard to alleviate or mitigate the number of unheard voices in our concrete jungles across Alabama.
People ask me, “Why do you do this? Are you a rebellion junky?” I say, “No.” This is about the men around me and the women and children incarcerated in this state and country.
I believe there has been a misconception as to why we move and have chosen to come together and what we are pushing to change. For some, their reasoning and motive is misconceived, because they have tunnel vision opinions, built on or from a biased point of view.
We as people tend to conclude our opinions from our personal experiences, our surroundings, and things we perceive in awareness, realization and with our senses. Sadly, most don’t even scratch the surface of the true perception or discernment of reality because they don’t realize they suffer from the tunnel vision syndrome.
In order to be free of such a catastrophic way of life, you first have to open your mind to new and, most of the time, shocking revelations. You must become one who asks questions in regard to your perceptions, beliefs and opinions. You must be willing to knock holes in your own boat to ensure your perception is indestructible and can stand the weight of the test.
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