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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.

What’s In A Dot?

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Howdy Friends and Family!   Today was the day of the dreaded annual office physical, given by the dreaded office medic, for the dreaded office health insurance policy renewal and update for all of us dreadful employees here at the shop. I passed mine with flying colors and even aced the drug test that I had studied and prepared for ... Read More »

The Beginning of the End

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Greetings from the Dot!!!   I have been trying as hard as a punctuation mark possibly can to be as single minded as possible lately and refrain from writing about the end of times. However, I can’t help but see the current events  taking place in the world and connect the dots… No pun intended. Could it be that now ... Read More »

A Funders Profile On Pastor Kenneth Sharpton Glasgow

Grantee Profile: Let My People Vote! The Ordinary People’s Society, and Kenny Glasgow, E. D.   In 2001, Kenny Glasgow began asking an important question. How do we change society to make it fair for ordinary people? His organization, The Ordinary People Society, (TOPS), funded by CJI since 2003, exists to do just that. Recognizing the disparities in arrest, bail, ... Read More »

Following The White Rabbit

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Greetings Dot Online Seekers!   I hope that everyone is getting geared up for the upcoming holiday, or as most believers would have it, the upcoming Holy Day. Either way, it is a day of celebration, whether one focuses on Ēostre, who is variously depicted by scholars as a fertility goddess and a goddess of dawn and light or on ... Read More »

First Day of Spring at TOPS

Good Morning Beloved Its a blessed day indeed it’s beautiful outside the beginning of spring when the flowers start blooming it reminds me of the process that we go thru in the T.O.P.S. Discipleship Restoration house it’s a daily process of blooming and growing restoring those necessary morals and values as being a Man and a positive and productive member ... Read More »

Phone Zap to Alabama Dept of Corrections

Urgent Communications Zap: Support Holman CF Hunger Strikers Posted by FTP on MARCH 8, 2019 (Updated March 18th 2019) As of March 18th at 12AM, eight people are now on hunger strike at Holman Correctional Facility, protesting solitary confinement without justification.  These are their names: Kotoni Tellis (AIS# 223155) Marcus Lee (AIS# 175056) Mario Avila (AIS# 259514) Corey Burroughs (AIS# 207639) Earl Taylor ... Read More »

8 Prisoners Launch Hunger Strike

8 Prisoners Launch Hunger Strike at Holman CF In Protest of Unwarranted Solitary Confinement POSTED ON MARCH 18, 2019 BY UNHEARDVOICESOTCJ Press Contacts : At approximately 2 AM on February 28th, 2019, thirty inmates at St. Clair Correctional Facility were awoken and told without explanation that they were being transferred over 200 miles away, to Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Alabama. Among this ... Read More »

The 54th Jubilee

In a moment when presidents and presidential candidates attempt to attract attention and distract from the real issues that everyday people face, communities in Alabama and across the South know what’s up.   For over 30 years, local organizers in Selma, Alabama have commemorated the violent state attacks  on peaceful Southern Freedom movement demonstrators at the bottom of the Edmund ... Read More »

Kinetic Justice on Hunger Strike

Press release March 7,2019 From : Free Alabama Movement  Unheard Voices OTCJ  T.O.P.S    Robert Earl Council, AIS # 181418, is once again being held in solitary confinement at Holman Correctional Facility after the major Shakedown at St Clair correctional facility on February 28th 2019. http://www.governing.com/topics/public-justice-safety/Alabama-Prison-Enlists-State-Law-Enforcement-to-Help-Find-Contraband.html   Council was inside his population cell at St. Clair Correctional Facility around 2 ... Read More »

Secret Courts in America fuels Mass Incarceration.

Secret Courts in America Fuels Mass Incarceration—-Not Actual Conviction of Criminals” By Antone White     In the 1630′s, King Charles I of England administrated ‘The Star Chamber’, a sui generis court (a form of legal protection that exist outside of typical legal protection) that presided in absentia of the public to suppress dissent. Due to its secrecy, ‘The Star Chamber’became an absolute abuse of power.     Originally, ... Read More »

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