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August 10th 2015:The Assault on the African American Male from Poverty to Prisons

In this episode of Power of Peace Radio we will focus on the current cycle of generational poverty, crime and youth violence that is rising in our communities. But we will also tackle the tough issues of a system that seems to be set up to fail, and that is fed by young, poor, black, white and Latino youth, largely by the war on drugs and what comes from it... We will look for solutions with thought leaders and change agents Antonio Boyd and Warden Charles Hinsley. We will discuss issues such as: What are some of the community solutions that can stem the tied of situations like Ferguson, Balti

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Antonio Boyd

For more than 25 years, Antonio Boyd has worked in the ministry and the community. He served ten years as the Executive Director for HOPE worldwide programs in South Carolina and had oversight of 72 staff and 1,000 volunteers with an annual budget of 1.7 million dollars. Antonio also served as Director of Government and Community Affairs for HOPE worldwide programs in Africa and the Caribbean. He then was promoted to National Director of US Programs, Vice President of US Programs, Vice President of North American Programs and he now serves as Vice President and Director, Community Service Division at HOPE worldwide. In this role he oversees HOPE worldwide’s 118 Chapters in the United
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Charles L. Hinsley

Charles L. Hinsley is a retired warden from the Illinois Department of Corrections with 30 years of combined correctional management and human services experience. He has worked in every security level of our prison system: minimum security, medium security, high-medium security; maximum security, and super-maximum security. His last twelve years as an administrator being a Superintendent, an Asst. Warden and a Warden were spent in maximum security and super-maximum security custody. He has supervised several inmates on death row and has participated in the execution of inmates sentenced to die. He has managed a maximum security prison with over 3,500 inmates housed at one time; the larges
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