Category: INMATES & CHANGE

Change, by Stephon Davis

Sometimes when you change it for the better.Its for a reason , you have something better in mind.You know need something for yourself.Even if you have to leave those you grew up with behind , might as well say you out grew them. Some people dont want to […]

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Change, by Percy Jones

Change comes with effort and ambition..we have to seek,and become the change that we desire in our lives.. Breaking down the cause and effect of why we have not evolved in our lives… sometimes the change is sudden and profound…we have to not make excues,and give up on […]

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Change, by Rodney M. Siler

For many of us change is difficult, but not impossible. We’ve been programmed since we were babies to act and think a certain way. We didn’t have a developed larynx to speak out in rebellion, so we remained silent and soaked it all in. Our first programming came […]

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Change, by Montusa Pace

I’M CURRENTLY COFOUNDER OF AN ORGANIZATION CALLED TUG (The Unity Group) AND WE’RE SPONSORING A BOOK BAG DRIVE FROM PRISON FOR THE KIDS IN THE PETERSBURG AREA. We’re locked up but we’re never locked out! I AM AND ALWAYS WILL BE, LOOKING AT THE MISSION INSTEAD OF THE […]

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Change, by John Seay

CHANGE, some people can and other’s simple will not. It can go either way, some for better and some for worse. Really, it all comes down to a personal decision. Unfortunately, I’ve already experienced my worst, and over the years I’ve worked to correct those flaws I once […]

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IT’S TIME TO GIVE INTO THE ANEW \ CHANGE THAT IS, by Steve Anderson

“”””””””””””””””””‘”””‘”””””””””””””””””””* The harsh sound of metal locking in their place echoes in the distance with a lound calmor of a steel door slaming behind me, my first paid vacation, say what the state got ant cool, but it was a playground if you was with that life and […]

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No Change

Originally posted on Locked Up Hope:
Men come to prison and the first thing on their minds is “how much money can I spend to ease some of this pain?” The Department of Corrections (D.O.C.) has no problem accommodating this itch. All day long I hear men reciting…

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