I am an unemployed, ex-offender who was released from imprisonment on May 13, 2010, after spending a total of 40 years and 18 days in the Maryland Prison System. I am originally from Chicago, and returned home immediately upon my release. I gained a BS Degree in Criminal Justice while incarcerated, I am passionate about social justice, and I am ready, willing, and able to assist in whatever capacity I can. I would like to be a part of he Host Team, if possible.
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Hello Jack. I am so happy to meet you. Paul mentioned you in the past and I'm happy to see you hear. Our nonprofit, Real Men Charities, Inc. forwards a few social justice movements, particularly in the area of fatherhood and recently to dismantle the "War on Drugs" which has resulted in an all out war on Black families. We are working the next strategic steps after a powerful awareness campaign Father's Day weekend when we produce our Real Men Cook® for Charity events, which actually launched our fatherhood movement two decades ago. There's lots more and maybe you'll be at the Landmark Chicago Center on Wednesday when I plan to sit in on a few sweet conversations at 7 pm. Perhaps we'll meet then. In the meantime check out what's happened since the "Real Men Charities Confronts Failed War on DrugsWar on Drugs" was launched 40 years ago
All folks in the Chicago area i encourage you to reach out to Jack, he is my long time comrade brother. what he did not say was the 40 years he spent in the system was on political charges which he finally beat.