Well, prison can also be a place of learning, but it is also a place of disaster and human bondage. It generally destroy families and break some into so many pieces. However, there are so many people as youths, who are sent to prison innocently on a daily basis, they are either at the wrong place at the wrong time, or maybe gets a ride in a friend's car, not knowing that guns and weed is in the car, and when the police stop the car, they are charged jointly, with those who were aware, that guns and weed was in the car. Our youths just have to be careful with the company they keep, and try not to be quick to hang out with others in a pretty car, since sometimes these cars can also be stolen properties.
I think that it is better for our youths, to take the good examples from their parents, families, and community elders, than to end up in prisons, where they are pushed around by the authorities as well as the inmates. Prisons were call work houses when I was young, work houses where you get no pay. The journey of life continues.. Take the best care of yourself and your people
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE.
Baba Ras Marcus.
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