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OP-ED: What is the True Price of Failure?

By Richard Johnson, Folsom Prison A casual glimpse at our surroundings will provide us with a clear depiction of the obvious dismal conditions that we...

OP-ED: Avoiding Police Confrontations. What Can Be Done?

By Richard Wembe Johnson, Folsom Prison The recent upsurge of questionable police killings around the country has made it abundantly clear that something must be...

OP-ED: Front Street

By Min. Ron Linzie Editor’s note: Ron Linzie was the co-founder of the Broadway Hustlers, the AC Mob and a former Acorn gang leader....

OP-ED: On the Razor’s Edge: It is my plan to work...

By Richard Johnson, Folsom State Prison   Editor’s Note: Publisher Paul Cobb asked Richard Johnson what was his plan to function as a contributing member of...

Richard Johnson’s Prison Letters – Sparking Positive, Hopeful Reactions

The prison letters from Richard Johnson’s Soledad Prison cell are being reprinted, posted on Facebook and even cited in some sermons throughout the Bay...

OP-ED: Why Children Migrate Towards Gangs

By Richard Johnson, Folsom State Prison   The question parents and guardians often ask is, what do gangs offer that is so alluring that we lose...

Imprisoned Compassion – A poem by Richard Wembe Johnson

A poem by Richard Wembe Johnson from Folsom State Prison   One would think in a prison cell one couldn’t find compassion; <p>From all likelihood, it would...

OP-ED: Do State Prisons Promote Rehabilitation?

By Richard Wembe Johnson, Folsom Prison   Though C.D.C. (California Department of Corrections) added the word rehabilitation to its heading, I have yet to grasp the...

OP-ED: Cease the Hostilities

By Richard Johnson, Folsom State Prison   When we ponder the age-old question of whether we can all get along, it is still a dilemma because...

OP-ED: Prison Parents must Step It Up

By Richard Johnson, Soledad State PrisonEven though we find ourselves locked down it doesn’t mean that we should negate our responsibility as parents, if...
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