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Memoir: Delaware County Prison

After committing credit card fraud at a local department store, 18-year-old Reginald Hall lands an eight-month sentence at the Delaware County Prison. What complicates his life as an inmate is his sexual orientation. In life, being gay is difficult enough; in prison, it can be a horrendous ordeal. Attempting suicide, taking drugs, and having illicit sex were only some of the self-destructive behaviors Reginald dabbled in. His only sanity came… Read More »

Daddy Big Bucks

Since slavery, there has always been a Big Bucks in every Black neighborhood-desperately conniving, in some cases, to put two pennies together; owning, in others, a number of profitable businesses. He (or she) is a character cut from the same cloth as Rockefeller, Carnegie, Ford, and other giants of American Industry. The great tragedy is not that Big Bucks and other Blacks like him are unknown in mainstream America, but… Read More »