The Birth of Proof: May 19, 1925
By Jason Goudlock, Prisonersolidarity.org
May 29, 2008
For those who criticize society's downtrodden and stereotype the
impoverished as a class of undesirables and dirty-rotten failures, who will
never amount to anything.
Malcolm Little once felt the claustrophobia of the cold prison walls, yet he
triumphed and emerged as Minister Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 - Feb. 21, 1965),
whose charisma attracted international respect.
Through the radiant potency of his words, synonymous with inspiration, he
revolutionized the hearts and minds of a then unborn X generation.
His seeds of redemption pollinated the grassless landscapes of the
impoverished, which ultimately germinated and grew into a harvest of
self-sufficiency rooted in sovereignty.
Now, who would have ever thought the convict known as "Detroit Red" would
end up being immortalized as a "shinning prince" when his eulogy was read?
May his legacy remain as a pillar of undeniable proof that redemption may be
attained by anyone when opportunity is introduced.
Author's Contact Information:
Jason Goudlock, #284-561
878 Coitsville-Hubbard Rd
Youngstown, Ohio 44505.
*** Call for Activism/ Volunteer(s) ***
Jason Goudlock would like to be contacted by anyone willing to assist him in
drafting and setting up the proposed online petition. If interested, please
write to him at the above address. Free petition websites make setting up an
online petition quick and easy (see https://www.petitiononline.com). Mr. Goudlock
would like to increase the attendance of concerned citizens at Ohio parole
board hearings for pre-July 1996 convicted felons. For information and a
background account of Goudlock's own struggles with the OAPA, read S.A.
Hasan's interview with him, which is archived in the Prisonersolidarity
commentary section: https://prisonersolidarity.org/HasanGoudlock.htm
When writing to Jason, please send him a pre-embossed stamped envelope so he can promptly answer your letter. He is not permitted adhesive stamps, that is, regular stamps. The following link offers tips for writing to prisoners: https://prisonersolidarity.org/TipsForWritingPrisoners.htm