This post is about Sandys service Victory From Chaos and how her service teaches others to heal themselves from past trauma.
Here are the posts and interviews page. Here you will find our ongoing series of interviews with some of the most fascinating people you will ever meet.
Here are people who have overcome the most difficult of situations only to rise to the occasion and triumph in the end. The Hustler’s Corner N Y C continues ongoing sessions with people from these walks of life.
Their insight, candor, and transparency, always result in powerful information that you can apply to your own life. These sessions are presented under seven categories.
What Are the Causes Of Recidivism? In recent decades, the United States has experienced substantial growth in the prison population. While crime rates have dramatically declined over time, the rising number of jobless individuals has gone in the opposite direction and have gone up
This post is about James Gibson. A man who served 30 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere
This post is about Tequila Fletcher of Tressahollic Beauty Supply
Rufus Rochelle is a man convicted of a crime he did not commit. He spent 32 years behind bars for that conviction. During that time he witnessed a great deal of the inhumane conditions that too many inmates across America face
In this black visions collective, we talk with Jeffery Deskovic. A man who was incarcerated as a teenager and spent 13 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit.
Tales from the bid
are interviews from people actually serving time from behind bars.
Victims of the system
are interviews from people who have been wrong by the criminal justice system.
Legends of the hood
are people who are often self-reformed. People who have lived to see that their past lives offered no gain, and no success.
The black business movement
is pretty self-explanatory. These are people from the African-American community who have successfully started and built thriving enterprises from scratch.
On the grind
is for performing artists like vocalists and rap and hip-hop artists who managed to carve out a successful career in the performing arts industry.
is specifically for women only. It highlights the painful and traumatic situations that too many women have found themselves in. And many of these situations were actually life-threatening.