Prison Race – Willie Fant


 

Prison Race – Willie Fant – Prison Race is a series of provocative interviews hosted by Cal Poly Pomona’s Dr. Renford Reese, Professor of Political Science. Prison Race examins recidivism, rehabilitation, and reintegration. Willie Fant, former gang member, shares his views on his recent release from prison, prison life and what led up to his incarceration. Willie now has aspirations to prevent youth from following in his footsteps.

 

'Bring your naughty child here'

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Nkosingiphile aged 19 from Vuvulane is a Form II pupil. He is a former drug addict. "I used to smoke dagga and I am now drug free. At the age of 19, I am determined to complete school. I used to be epileptic but since I stopped smoking and drinking I …
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More new writing from Serbia – post-modern excavations of the common life

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Ulysses it seems may have never survived, as rumour insisted, his conscription and deployment to battle at Vukovar, or escaped his drug-addled becalming in New York or Belgrade's crisis era all-night party scene to realize his long entertained return …
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Bizarre ways the world continues to fail its children

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According to Denmark's National Center for Social Research, many Greenlandic children, “have a hard life because of alcohol and drug abuse in the close family, domestic violence and sexual abuse.” The center further concluded that, “5% of mothers know …
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