End Prison Slavery

Amend the 13th Petition to the UNITED NATIONS!

Change Maker, AMANI SAWARI taking Amend the 13th Petition to the UNITED NATIONS! (WE MUST SUPPORT OUR SISTER!!!)

by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington
Chief Spokespersyn  End Prison Slavery in Texas Movement

“We cannot afford to waver in our political participation, because we have the most to lose.” -Symone D. Sanders (Political Strategist & CNN Commentator)

Peace & Blessings Sisters and Brothers!

As “Independence Day” just passed, we the New Afrikan & Latinx people in Amerika must do a thorough inventory of our status and treatment within the confines of the United States of Amerika.

While many Free-World folks eat Bar—BQ and sip on something cold, a broad swath of the New Afrikan and Latinx population will be locked inside cages throughout Amerika!

This is a harsh and bitter reality that illuminates the fact that Freedom, Justice, and Equality still have not been achieved for many who have become victimized by Amerika’s ‘Manifest Destiny’.

Many of us claim to be leaders in the New Abolition Movement.  This is a Movement which seeks to End Prison Slavery and Amend the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution in order to strike the EXCEPTION CLAUSE.

If you claim to be a LEADER, INFLUENCER, or CHANGE MAKER then you must take on the work. TODAY I am here to proclaim that 2019 Rodenberry Fellow–Amani Sawari has risen to the challenge!  For years I have toiled incessantly in regard to addressing and shedding light on specific injustices and abuse I’ve witnessed and been subjected to here in the SLAVE STATE OF TEXAS.

While I’ve been doing my “Thang”, Sister Amani has been doing hers, and in a magnificent manner I must add! Do you want to know why 2020 Presidential Candidates in Amerika have been talking about granting prisoners the Right-2-Vote?? It is because Amani Sawari and her Roddenberry Fellowship Recipients have spear-headed a National Campaign to Re-Enfranchise thousands of prisoners housed in Amerikan jails and prisons.

RE—ENFRANCHISEMENT is a crucial part of this protracted Abolition Movement. Re-empowering the disenfranchised with their Right2Vote provides us with a ‘Voice’ and an opportunity to take part in a Democracy which has failed us for decades!

In the 21st Century, Malcolm X’s teaching in the ‘Ballot or the Bullet’ seems prophetic, especially right now. We can’t continue to ignore the multitudes of humyn beings trapped inside these cages who have been systematically disenfranchised. This problem most assuredly will come back to haunt us, one way or the other. 

One of our Main Points of focus in this Abolition Movement is to actively and assertively seek to Strike the EXCEPTION CLAUSE which is contained within the body of the 13th Amendment and which has promoted, condoned, and sanctioned “Legalized Slavery” for over a Century and a half.

Pennsylvania prisoner and Freedom Fighter Richard A. Smith has crafted a letter directed to members of the UNITED NATIONS. This letter requests that the UNITED NATIONS call for the “Slavery Clause” of the 13th Amendment to be amended in order to finally ABOLISH SLAVERY and INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE in Amerika once and for all!!!

We the LEADERS, INFLUENCERS, AND CHANGE MAKERS of this Abolition Movement are requesting that our Sisters and Brothers in the Rap Music Industry as well as conscious Professional Athletes and Entertainers in Amerika with Free—Wor1d Citizens who are STAYING WOKE, sign on to this letter that we intend to deliver to the UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY Antonio Guterres.

The General Assembly Session opens in September 2019 so please do not procrastinate, ACT TODAY! 

In order to check out the letter that we intend to send and to sign on your support and endorsement, please visit the link:

http://sawarimi.org/appeal-to-the-united-nations

If you would like to learn more, please by all means necessary contact our Sister in Struggle Amani Sawari via e-mail: amanisawari@gmail.com or hit her up on twitter at: @sawarimi.

In closing, I send out a Call for Action and Support to Jay-Z and Meek Mill of REFORM ALLIANCE. I call upon the BIG HOMEY, H-Town’s Finest, Rap Mogul J. Prince as well as the entire #MobTies Movement. I am sending out a Special Request for Support to J. Cole, Colin Kaepernick, Cardi-B; Solange Knowles and BEYONCE!! WE NEED Y’ALL SUPPORT! Do your research, this Movement and this Struggle is REAL! I leave as I came in the spirit of PEACE! HELP US TO END PRISON SLAVERY IN AMERIKA!!!

Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win, All Power to the People!

 

Short Bio:

Keith ‘Malik’ Washington is a co-founder and chief spokespersyn for the End Prison Slavery in Texas Movement, he is a proud member of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee and the deputy chairman of the New African Black Panther Party (Prison Chapter).

Malik has been instrumental in calling for the abolition of legalized slavery in Amerika and is very active in the Fight Toxic Prisons Campaign. You can View his work at oomrademalik.com or you can also read his articles at: http://sfbayview.com/?s=keith+malik+washington which he regularly writes for the San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper. Send him an e-mail at: kh.washington68@gmail.com or write him directly at:

Keith H. Washington
TDC# 1487958
McConnell Unit
3001 S. Emily Dr.
Beeville, Texas 78102

 

AMANI SAWARI

After graduating from the University of Washington with a double major in media & communications and law, economics & public policy, Amani navigated into the world of  journalism and research writing. Her time at UW allowed Amani to develop her writing skills, and her passion for social equity and human rights led her to pursue photography and journalism. In college she assisted new students from around the world with their transition into the university. She also mentored and arranged programs for students living in on-campus housing. These experiences allowed Amani to develop an appreciation for working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

     Today, she is a newsletter writer and editor for two publications. She writes an internal newsletter for a real-estate agency in Seattle, and the other is a community  publication called “No Shackles” for a prison advocacy organization. In addition to newsletter writing, she also manages her own website, sawarimi.org, where she publishes articles and essays to inspire the black community, particularly in the United States.

     A fun fact about Amani: She started her own business when she was 18 years old. To this day she manages a hair studio in the Seattle area. As a result of this work, she’s been able to connect with hundreds of women from around the country, sharing her expertise and love for natural hair. 

See more at: https://wearenotnumbers.org/home/Mentor/Amani_Sawari

 

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End Prison Slavery, In solidarity

JUNETEENTH: June 14-17 4th annual Fight Toxic Prisons Convergence and June 19 2nd annual End Prison Slavery Day

Time to turn up and turn out!

by Comrade Malik 

Originally published at SF Bay View April 6, 2019

Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons

“By anarchist spirit, I mean that deeply human sentiment which aims at the good of all, freedom and justice for all, solidarity and love among the people, which is not an exclusive characteristic only of self-declared anarchists, but inspires all people who have a generous heart and an open mind.” – Errico Malatesta, Umanita Nova, April 13, 1922

Peace and Blessings, Sisters and Brothers!

Wow, how time flies. Four years ago, I was at the Pack Unit in Navasota, Texas, when I discovered that the prison unit had high levels of arsenic in the water supply! The oppressors at the Texas Commission on Environ­mental Quality called me a liar. The fascist pigs who operate the Texas Department of Criminal Injustice retaliated. If it wasn’t for the mutual aid and solidarity of Panagioti Tsolkas and a few other dedicated free world supporters, the toxic water would have been ignored.

Sisters and brothers, people of color are disproportionately housed in prisons all across the United States of Amerika. Many of these prisons are plagued by toxic water, black mold, radiation or, as in the case of many prisons in Pennsylvania, they are located in close proximity to toxic sites, such as coal ash depositories which contaminate water and air breathed by the human beings forcibly housed at these toxic prisons! Contact fighttoxicprisones@gmail.com.

I am personally calling on PEOPLE OF COLOR in Atlanta, Georgia, and Mobile and Birmingham, Alabama; I’m calling on folks in South and North Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana and my home state of Texas to come on down to Gainesville, Florida, June 14 through 17, 2019, and come see what the Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons is all about.

Our sisters and brothers who are incarcerated need more of our people to take an active interest in these environmentalist movements. This Convergence in Gainesville is not just for anarchists; it is for all human beings who believe that together we can save our planet from imperialist multi-national corporations who seek to destroy Planet Earth and us along with it if we allow them to do that!

Come on Down to Gainesville and learn how to FIGHT TOXIC PRISONS today!

Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win, All Power to the People!

International call to action: 2nd annual day of action and solidarity with those who are fighting to end prison slavery in Amerika and throughout the world on June 19

by Comrade Malik, Chief Spokesperson, End Prison Slavery in Texas Movement

Revolutionary Greetings, Sisters and Brothers!

It’s that time again and I am sending out this call to action in order to encourage everyone who is passionate about abolishing all forms of slavery and involuntary servitude to come together in one united action of revolutionary solidarity on June 19, 2019, and protest against the enslavement, degradation and dehumanization of Amerikan prisoners and all human beings throughout the world who are subjected to any form of slavery or oppression!

As many of you know, June 19 is the day when Black people in Texas celebrate the freedom of their Ancestors, our Ancestors, who were held in SLAVERY for approximately two years after the entire nation acknowledged the Emancipation Proclamation. But the slave owners in Texas ignored this federal law.

June 19 is the day when Black people in Texas celebrate the freedom of their Ancestors, our Ancestors, who were held in SLAVERY for approximately two years after the entire nation acknowledged the Emancipation Proclamation. But the slave owners in Texas ignored this federal law.

This year’s call to action has special significance as the world’s eyes are trained on South Texas, where tens of thousands of asylum seekers from Central Amerika come to the United States seeking a safe haven but instead have found mistreatment, abuse, racism, and slavery. The legislative and criminal justice system in Texas continues to create the foundations for institutionalized racism and bigotry.

Do you realize that the U.S. Army had to ride into Galveston, Texas, in 1867 and announce that slavery had been abolished.

The state of Texas was so hell-bent on maintaining their slaves and profiting from slave labor that the U.S. Army had to show force to make Texas eliminate the practice of slavery. But it is still alive! Prison slavery is something that is being practiced and perpetuated in every state in the union and it has been codified by the most powerful legal document in the United States, the U.S. Constitution.

We must continue to call for the exception clause – or slavery – clause in the 13th Amendment to be struck down! We must finish the abolitionist work! Remember, sisters and brothers, that this is an international campaign which seeks to address the misogynistic practices of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as well as the genocide waged against Palestinian people.

The bigots who operate Texas prisons wish to silence my voice. I refuse to remain silent! On June 19, 2019, stand with us!

Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win, All Power to the People!

Keith “Malik” Washington is co-founder and chief spokesperson for the End Prison Slavery in Texas Movement, a proud member of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee, an activist in the Fight Toxic Prisons campaign and deputy chairman of the New Afrikan Black Panther Party Prison Chapter. Read Malik’s work at ComradeMalik.com. Send our brother some love and light: Keith “Malik” Washington, 1487958, McConnell Unit, 3100 S. Emily Dr., Beeville TX 78103.

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These are our freedom fighters!

By Keith Malik Washington

"Black Panther Party" by Rashid

“Black Panther Party” by Rashid

Revolutionary greetings comrades! It’s August 7th 2016 – black August – many of you who have been following my work may think my only focus is prison issues. That is not the case. However, the United States has utilized prisons as a means to silence the voices of those who dissent. Those who cry out in the streets for justice.

It is only fitting that on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the original Black Panther Party that a panther leads the charge to abolish prison slavery in America.

But more importantly, I request you aid me in freeing the numerous Freedom Fighters who still are languishing in the slave camps and gulags because they dared to speak truth to power and confront oppressive forces that hurt the people!

In 2016 our words need to become actions! We must start congregating in the slave camps bringing media and activist and demand the system free our people!

The reason why I am so passionate about this issue is that recently I became the target of a modern-day COINTELPRO campaign.

The state of Texas has labeled me a radical Islamic extremist. This is an outright lie and total fabrication intended to weaken and destroy our movement!

I ask you all to contact TDCJ public information office and denounce these false labels being placed on me because I speak truth to power!

This movement won’t be derailed! We will abolish prison slavery we will free our freedom fighters!

Dare to struggle, Dare to win all power to the people!
Comrade Malik

TDCJ public information office

Contact: Jason Clark and Robert Hurst
Phone 936 – 437 – 6041
Fax 936-437-6055

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Cognitive Dissonance and the Exposure of Lying and Conniving Prison Officials in Texas

By: Keith ‘Malik’ Washington and justin adkins

Peace and blessings,

no-workFor those of you who are not aware, there has been an increase of work stoppages inside Texas Prisons. There is a movement that is growing, not just inside Texas prisons but throughout Amerika. Prisoners across the United States are finally tired of the involuntary servitude and slavery being forced upon them by various Department of Corrections State Employees, and the privately owned corporations who exploit imprisoned human beings. Keith ‘Malik’ Washington and I have been corresponding for approximately two years. Malik is a prisoner in the state of Texas and the chief spokesperson for the “End Prison Slavery in Texas” movement. Recently,  Malik and a fellow prisoner David ‘Chino’ Martinez released a stunning expose which shed light on toxic work environments at the metal fabrication plant located at the largest state prison in Texas, the HH Coffield Unit located in Tennessee Colony, Texas. Malik has also recently joined the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee. Malik is teaming up with the IWOC in order to shed light on the slave-like conditions prison workers work under, as well as calling for a national work stoppage to begin on September 9th 2016 which happens to be the 45th  anniversary of the Attica Uprising in which prisoners took over and shut down Attica – New York State’s most notorious prison.  Malik has recently been the victim of retaliation and dirty harassment tactics by Texas prison officials. I recently was contacted by the Malik.

Here is what he said:

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Hello free world friends,

A lot of people like to think that the people who operate these prisons and jails throughout Amerika are good people and that they are representing the best interests of “the people” but I’m here to report that in Texas the opposite is true there’s a major here on this unit I am how that name Guliermo Delarosa who has been indicted for driving under the influence of alcohol 5 times! The most recent time he hit a young man with his vehicle, while he was intoxicated, and paralyzed the young man for life! But the remarkable thing is that the indictments against this renegade state employee have been dropped 5 times in a row!! TDCJ employee – Major Guliermo Delarosa has made a laughing-stock out of the Anderson County District Attorney’s office.

I mention Major Delarosa because it is he along with Deanna Frances and Delious Furr who have conspired to retaliate against me for exercising my Free Speech rights.

Deanna Frances and Delious Furr are TDCJ employees who work in the classification department at the Coffield Unit located in Tennessee Colony, Texas. TDCJ classification employees are supposed to ensure prisoners are properly housed and given jobs which comply with the prisoners individual medical restrictions or needs. However, recently Major Guliermo Delarosa convinced these corrupt employees to ignore my medical history and place me In harm’s way. These types of tactics are nothing new in Texas.

We must look closer in order to understand what is really going on. You see, I have teamed up with extremely intelligent and politically aware prisoners and organizations who see the connection between capitalism – mass incarceration – profit – and prison profiteering corporations.

A national prisoner work stoppage is the only intelligent response to slavery but it will hurt the bottom line of many corporations. So prisoners like me, Sean Swain, Melvin Ray, Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson, Siddique Abdullah Hasan, Alvaro Luna Hernandez, and Robert E. Council became targets for retaliation and retribution by prison employees who did not want to see an end to mass incarceration. I mean these people have made a living on hurting folks! I mean who cares?! We are just a bunch of convicts – we deserve what we get – right?? Please know that prisoners in Amerika will be ceasing to work for the slave masters on September 9th – something is wrong in America!

Sisters and brothers, sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong. When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It creates a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable called: cognitive dissonance. And because it is so important to protect the core belief that people will rationalize, ignore, and even deny anything doesn’t fit within the core belief.

So, there are a lot of people who think it is necessary for the United States to lock up more human beings than any other country in the world. There are people who think it is ok for prisoners to be treated inhumanely and forced into a life of slavery and involuntary servitude. I’ll leave you with a message for my comrades and the free Alabama movement:

Why a work stoppage?

It is  our understanding based on various in-depth studies that mass incarceration, unconstitutional overcrowded prisons, and inhumane treatment are more about economics than the humanity of people. The numbers support our contention that money is the motive, and most important factor, in explaining the policies and conditions within the Department of Corrections throughout America. Therefore, an economical response is our most effective strategy.

A peaceful and nonviolent economic response! A work stoppage.

Dare to struggle, dare to win, all power to the people!

-Keith ‘Malik’ Washington

 

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Please Help End Prison Slavery in Texas Now!

A Message from End Prison Slavery in Texas Spokesperson: Keith ‘Malik’ Washington and Aaron Dyson

My name is Aaron Dyson I am a White Male Prisoner housed in the same prison as Keith ‘malik’ Washington. I stand in Solidarity with Malik as he confronts the Slave Plantation System operated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Please help us end Prison Slavery in Texas and BEYOND!!

“The probability that we may fail in the struggle
ought not to deter us from the support of a cause
we believe to be just.” -Abraham Lincoln

A famous quote from a man most known in our history for his incumbency during the Civil War to end slavery. Although President Lincoln’s union came out victorious in 1865, the United States still suffers from pockets of resistance one-hundred and fifty years later. Texas, one of the eleven Confederate states during that era, still practices slavery on U.S.citizens confined in its state prisons. As one of only two states to still practice this large scale of servitude, Texas finds itself out of step with the rest of the country on the appropriate treatment of its people.

Inmates confined in the Texas prison system are provided with a “Time Sheet” showing all of the relevant information concerning their sentence, time completed, and parole date. On this sheet, inmates can also observe the “Good Time” and “Work Time” they have accumulated over the course of their incarceration. This “Good Time” and “Work Time” are TDCJ’s way Io compensate inmates for their good behavior and more importantly, their labor. To one observing this paperwork, this would appear to be a fair system; Stay out of trouble and work for the prison system and accumulate the time from these two categories with your completed flat time and make it home early. This certainly sounds good, but unfortunately this “Good Time”-“Work Time” system TDCJ has in place is nothing more than a paper trail. I read once where someone had said this system is equivalent to giving a starving child an empty bowl. The question should arise: Why does TDCJ give its prisoners time sheets reflecting “Good Time” and “Work Time” if it is not a tool to be used towards their early release? This system certainly had to originate for a far higher purpose than the nothingness it is being used for. The proof in this is demonstrated with each inmate’s release as they are forced to sign away their accumulated “Good Time” and “Work Time” before they are released. Allow me to repeat that. Inmates are forced to sign away the time they have earned before the Texas prison system will release them.

Without legitimate compensation for labor, it can only be deemed as slavery. There are only two ways to rectify this grave injustice our citizens confined in the Texas prison system are being forced to endure. Pay them for their labor, or compensate them with “Work Time” that is just as meaningful as their flat time.

  1. Paying prisoners for their labor enables them to not only better provide for themself in prison, but enables them to pay on outstanding bills such as child support and court fees by garnishing part of their wages. In turn, this will give relief to the constant incurring cost in tax dollars.
  2. Compensating prisoners for their labor through a legitimate “Work Time” system grants them the opportunity to be reviewed early by parole and released back into society. This system also relieves state tax payers through the simple fact that an earned early release is one less prisoner they have to pay for.
    Slavery is very real here in the state of Texas and is a practice that will remain until it is put to a stop. Strength in numbers can achieve anything and it is for that that we ask for your support in standing against Texas’ slave labor. “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” -Martin Luther King Jr.

Sisters and Brothers most of the words that you have read here are Aaron’s not mine. And here is a photo of Aaron and his Dad.
I want you to know that there are many families who suffer and that are destroyed on account of T.D.C.J.’s oppressive policies. At this moment I am being targeted by T.D.C.J., the Texas Attorney General Office and numerous other St&te Agencies- Never have I advocated violence or Gang Activity NEVER!!! But what I do advocate for is the Humane treatment of Prisoners Across America!! I boldly speak Truth to Power and I will continue to do so until death overtakes me. Texas is pulling out every stop in order to Silence my Voice.

Petitions are great!! And, we need E-mails, Protests, Radio Announcements, and MEDIA EXPOSURE. I desperately need Legal Help. If you are a person who is passionate about protecting the Human and Civil Rights of ALL Human Beings then this is for you!! This is your Fight!! Please send me any words of encouragement or a letter of support.

You can write me or Aaron at the following address or you can J-Pay us just visit J-Pay-com. The Movement to End Prison Slavery is so much bigger than just Texas but since Texas has the largest State Prison system in the United States, it sure seems like a good place to start!!

Think about Aaron’s words and let them resonate in your heart, mind, and Soul. Is this the America we want our children to inherit or can we make it better–together?

Contact Malik and Aaron!

Keith ‘Malik’ Washington
TDC# 1487958 Coffield Unit 2661 FM 2054 Tennessee Colony, Texas 75884 Aaron Dyson TDC# 815938 Coffield Unit 2661 FM 2054 Tennessee Colony, Texas 75884

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End Prison Slavery in Texas UPDATE!!

On Monday – January 25, 2016 – I attended the 1st annual Parole Forum held at the Coffield Unit in Tennessee Colony, Texas. The organizations represented were the: Texas Inmate Families Association (TIFA), the Region II Parole Board office, which is located in Palestine Texas, and a member from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Reentry Department gave a brief presentation.

Parole board member Michelle Skyrme actually did an excellent job fielding questions from prisoners. She was straight forward and didn’t give any false representations. WE HAVE MUCH WORK TO DO! The most significant comment  Ms. Skyrme made was when a prisoner asked her, “what bearing do parole credits (“good time” and “work time”) have on your decision to grant a prisoner parole?” Her answer was that credits don’t factor into her decision at all!! This is the exact reason why we decided to start this campaign in the first place.

In Texas prisons, we have been told that in lieu of actual pay for our labor in factories and prison jobs, we would be given “good time” and “work time” credits. But, because of flawed and misleading/deceptive language in the law the Parole Board is not compelled to recognize these credits. So in essence, we have been relegated to the status of slaves!! Not only do we continue to work for free, we work to maintain a system that mistreats and oppresses us. TDCJ does not have a vested interest in aiding us in returning to our families. Remember how hard the confederate states fought to protect their slave empire? Don’t think for one minute that Texas won’t fight hard to ensure we do not tamper with the Texas Government Code 498.003 which lays out this fraudulent “good time” system. This fight is a fight worth waging as it effects ALL TEXAS PRISONERS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

Jennifer Erschabek is the director of the Texas Inmate Families Association (TIFA). She gave an excellent presentation at the forum. One key thing I learned is that Jennifer has the ear of many influential legislators in Austin, home of the capitol of Texas. It would behoove us to research whether we can join forces with Jennifer in a pact of mutual solidarity in order to present our case to legislators.

However, more importantly, we would like to have a representative or two on our TEAM who will be willing to go into the chambers of the State capitol and articulate our wants and needs to state legislators as well as suggest prospective law changes. As prisoners our voices are totally ignored by the legislature. No matter how intelligent I may be, I am still viewed as a filthy no good criminal in Texas. So, we desperately need free world folks to champion our cause and amplify our voices.

We have been focusing on attracting the attention of a dynamic Baptist Pastor named Freddie Haynes. Pastor Haynes presides over the congregation of Friendship West Baptist Church in Dallas.

ACTION:

Comedian Steve Harvey has a very popular radio morning show which airs on a local radio station 107.3 FM in Tyler, TX. Please ask your family and friends to contact Steve Harvey via email, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the following message:

“Steve Harvey, would you please help the prisoners here in Texas get paid for their labor or have “good time and “work time” actually count toward the reduction on their sentences? We need the support of the Steve Harvey Nation!!”

Please contact Pastor  Freddie Haynes of Friendship West Baptist Church in Dallas. We need prayers and support!

 

All Power to the People!

Comrade Malik

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Help End Prison Slavery in Texas!

by: Comrade Keith ‘Malik’ Washington

If we want our voices heard we must get involved in the process!

Peace and blessings sisters and brothers!

I just attended the 1st annual Parole Forum here on the Coffield Unit located in Tennessee Colony Texas. It was a very informative event!

I met for the first time, prisoner rights advocate Jennifer Erschabek. Jennifer is the Austin: Executive Director of T.I.F.A. Texas Inmate Families Association. Jennifer is articulate, intelligent, and the mother of a former Texas prisoner!!

Jennifer is a white lady! – She wants to help prisoners of color, but she needs the support of our families!! Jennifer has the ear of key legislators inside the Capitol in Austin, Texas. I’d like some of you who support me and read my work, to do some research online about T.I.F.A. I think T.I.F.A. might be a good ally as we strive to end prison slavery in Texas! In order for the voices of black, brown, asian, and arabs to be heard we must get involved in the process!!

Dare to Struggle  Dare to win – All Power to the People!

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