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Secret U.S. Intel Reports on Joe Exotic, Juggalos, and Violent Emojis Actually Exist

The Daily Beast 05 May 2021
Millions upon millions upon millions of those dollars often get funneled to programs such as the Trump administration’s efforts to prevent threats to the republic as daunting as Insane Clown Posse fans, violent emojis, and people (supposedly) trying to break Netflix star Joe Exotic out of prison.
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‘I Am Doomed to Produce Music’: Inside One Iranian Artist’s Fight for Creative Freedom

Rollingstone 05 May 2021
... piecing together an album that’s become his singular dream — one that could also land him back in the most notorious prison in Iran.
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Children of Polish WW2 Hero Capt. Witold Pilecki Condemn Appointment of Hardline Nationalist to Auschwitz ...

The Algemeiner 04 May 2021
Charging that Szydło had built her political career by promoting “ideologies of exclusion,” the letter asserted that prisoners “in the infested barracks of Auschwitz did not dream of exclusion ... Witold Pilecki — as well as relatives of other Auschwitz prisoners.
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Danny Lee Reeves

Messenger-Inquirer 04 May 2021
He founded and operated Liberty Apostolic Prison Ministries in 1996 ... His dream was to have a farm with many types of birds, which he was able to fulfill before his death ... Arnold ... Philip Cook officiating ... Thursday. The Danny Lee Reeves family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to Liberty Apostolic Prison Ministries; P.O ... .
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Brutalized in prison and freed by Bryan Stevenson, a survivor writes his story

The Los Angeles Times 03 May 2021
I constantly pushed myself to dream beyond my prison cell.”. Manuel’s book depicts a carceral system that is brutal through and through, from judges seeking “retribution” rather than justice to corrupt, violent and petty prison workers and mental health care that ranges from lackluster to dangerous.
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Don’t allow dreams to be shattered - Arabic instructor tells inmates

Graphic 01 May 2021
The Head of the Madrasatul Daru Salam Arabic School at Koforidua Zongo in the Eastern Region, Mallam Abdallah Jibriel, has urged inmates of the Koforidua Prison not to allow their incarceration to douse the flame on their dreams ... be bold and pursue their dreams after prison life.
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Report calls for reducing number of incarcerated women in Illinois and more support for those ...

Finger Lakes Times 30 Apr 2021
For more than a decade, Sandra Brown worked one class at a time, handwriting or typing her papers and assignments to earn both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree, all behind prison walls ... I gasp violently, inhaling my hopes and clinging to my dreams, which now serve as lifesavers.”.
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Lost vistas

The Telegraph India 30 Apr 2021
This particular dream of the former Gujarat chief minister and present prime minister came to fruition in 2018, without adequate environmental checks and amid adivasi protests regarding land rights, water supply and livelihood ... its dream. Prisons can be without bars.
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The top 9 movies on Netflix this week, from 'Stowaway' to 'Thunder Force'

Business Insider 30 Apr 2021
Anna Kendrick in "Stowaway.". Netflix Every week, the streaming search engine Reelgood compiles for Insider a list of which movies have been most prominent on Netflix's daily top-10 lists that week ... "Three friends born in poverty create their own capitalist dream as powerful gang members. Time in prison makes one of them consider a fresh beginning.".
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New Report Looks at Strategies to Cut Incarceration of Illinois Women by Half

truthout 29 Apr 2021
(These numbers only include people in Illinois’s “women’s prisons;” they exclude people in women’s jails and trans women in men’s jails and prisons.) ... The Abuse-to-Prison Pipeline ... Colón has been out of prison for over 20 years and, as the founder of Giving Others Dreams, facilitates mental health workshops for those currently in the jail.
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The pandemic forced the region's colleges and K-12 schools to ditch standardized tests. Some hope ...

Inlander 29 Apr 2021
If you wanted to understand Andre Ramsey, you wouldn't look at a test score. A test score couldn't tell you about the hardships he faced after both his parents went to prison when he was a toddler. It couldn't tell you how, as a third grader, he dreamed of going to Harvard as soon as he saw a picture of the campus ... "I screamed ... After the U.S ... Trending.
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A Threshold Crossed

Human Rights Watch 27 Apr 2021
Every day a person is born in Gaza into an open-air prison, in the West Bank without civil rights, in Israel with an inferior status by law, and in neighboring countries effectively condemned to lifelong refugee status, like their parents and grandparents before them, solely because they are Palestinian and not Jewish.
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Vic Mensa: “Hip-hop is resistance in its purest manifestation”

NME 26 Apr 2021
“When he got sentenced he ended up going to the same prison as Moosa,” he explains, still in disbelief. “There’s 50 prisons in Illinois! It’s a huge system.” Once his two friends were united in the same housing unit that’s when Mensa was able to help Moosa come home.
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Destiny 2: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Variks | Game Rant

Game Rant 25 Apr 2021
From his unique commentary in the Prison of Elder and his broken sentences to his mysterious demeanor, it was all charm ... Variks then left the Prison of Elders to rally up the Fallen and to become the Kell of Kells representing the House of Judgement ... He saw the Kell of Kells prophecy which made him end his Prison of Elders duty.2 Dream Of The Nine.
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The Lost Cafe Schindler by Meriel Schindler, review — a tragic wartime family story

The Times/The Sunday Times 25 Apr 2021
Even when he was sent to jail — served in Brixton, Wandsworth, Maidstone and finally Ford open prison — he was still dreaming up hare-brained ...
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