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Kenneth Glasgow
Pastor Kenneth Glasgow is the Founder/President of The Ordinary People Society. His direction of TOPS provides rehabilitation to repeat offenders while creating a program that targets the youth before they reach the Criminal Justice System. In addition, Pastor Glasgow has gained the support of National Leader/Organizations along with the Alabama Department of Corrections by allowing him to administer TOPS. programs in Alabama prisons and jails. He is the Convener/Co-Convener of the National Criminal Justice Coalition, and the Co-chairman of the Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted People Movement, State Partner for the New Bottom Line Campaign with DPA, Chaplin for The Second Congressional District, and Vice-Chairman of the Houston County A.D.C. He is instrumental in registering over 40,000 ex-felons to vote in the State of Alabama. He is the first and only one to win a lawsuit where convicted felons keep their voting rights whether incarcerated or not. He has received numerous awards such as: Man of the Year, The Fighter of the Flame Award, and The Lyndon B. Johnson Political Freedom Award. Meanwhile, he has fed over 210,000 people in the past eleven years with Momma Tina’s Mission House. Pastor Glasgow has remained committed to saving souls and ensuring that redemption is in the lives of those who served their debts to society.

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Glasgow speaks out on his Faith while still facing Capital Murder charges

‪Kenneth Glasgow talks faith, capital murder charges on Facebook Live https://www.dothanfirst.com/news/local-news/kenneth-glasgow-talks-faith-capital-murder-charges-on-facebook-live/1681184551‬ Read More »

Dot The Halls With Fa la la… Don’t Get Grinched in 2018

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I don’t know if anyone agrees with me other than Ebenezer Scrooge and that green man that lied to little Cindy Lou who on Christmas last year. I’m pretty sure good old St. Nick and Frosty the SnowGuy don’t have a choice but to have a white Christmas because the truth is, well… all of those Christmas crooks are officially older than ... Read More »

How A Disabled Vet Changed The World With A Red Wagon

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Hello Dot Readers!!! After a short vacation, we are back in business. We made it through a hurricane, and to kick things off we would like to share with you a short story contributed by one of our own staff writers. In the meantime, don’t forget the upcoming elections we hope to see you at the polls! For as long ... Read More »

How do we become humane after being human, and exactly what is humanity?

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Hello dot lovers! TGIF has arrived after a hectic week in the rat race of corporate and blue color day in and day out paperchasing weekday everyday life. For most of the human race as a whole, it often seems that we drift from one state of mind and body to the next, often so caught up in the routines ... Read More »

The Restoration of Voting Rights toolkit by the originator of jail and prison Voting

      For those of you that want the original Restoration of Rights toolkit. From the original creator and activist that won the lawsuit of people voting out of jails and prisons. Please contact us at TOPS  Read More »

Words From The Mission House

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Hello fellow web surfers, servants, and servers… We have news from the good folks at Mama Tina’s, so let’s get this out first! Help Feed the Need. T Tina Glasgow to Aaliyah, Precious, nyc, +58 10 days ago Details It is that time again to reach out to all our friends and TOPS Family to help us feed over 135 people a day ... Read More »

Tuesday’s Talk From The DOT

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Good Morning Dot Readers! I hope all is well out there in virtual land. Frequently, we get comments about our staff reporters and the article they write, as well as the bad grammar that they have. As the editor and also the local events reporter, I would like to apologize on their behalf… for nothing. Here at the D.O.T. the ... Read More »

Fruit Inspection With The Dot

Good Day All!   The good news today is there is less bad news than yesterday. Or, the day before and before that. Actually friends, I wish that this were actually the case, but the truth is that the first statement is directly correlated to the area where you reside and call home. So, with that being the case let’s ... Read More »

From Fighting for Injustice to Death Row

SUBSCRIBE NOWLOG IN From Fighting Injustice to Facing Death Row: The Bizarre Case of Pastor Glasgow Image Pastor Kenneth Glasgow at his home in Dothan, Ala. “I don’t do violence,” he said. “To know that I’m the cause, or involved in, a black woman’s death? It’s like the death of me, really.”CreditAudra Melton for The New York Times By Shaila Dewan ... Read More »

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