Re-Thinking, Re-Shaping and Re-Evaluating the Disparities of American’s Policies, Practices, and Procedures

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By Brother Bey , Fraternal Order of X-Offenders | March 1, 2011

I.       Questions to Provoke Thought 1.      Is America a Nation of Laws or a Nation of Men? 2.      Do policies influence Public Safety or does Non-Public Safety dictate policies? 3.      What role does Capitalism play in Policy and Practices? 4.      Who benefits from social and economical racial and class disparities in America? 5.      What is the relationship between historical slavery and contemporary slavery? 6.      Is Poverty an Institution that sustains a Lower Class Industry? 7.      Is Education all things to all people? 8.      Is Mis-Education essential to misusing and abusing closed minded popular thinking people who do not study systems, etc.? {{more}} 9.      What is the primary budgetary mandate in America? 10.  What is the relationship between Mis-Education and Incarceration? 11.  Why does American spend more money to incarcerate people yearly than to educate our youth or adults who are incarcerated? 12.  Why does America spend more money on researching problems than it spends on the problematic people who can resolve the problems? Breaking the Cycle of Disparities in America’s Policies, Practices and Procedures. History is the best qualifier. Those who do not know history are doomed to participate in repeating that same history under a new design, new mask, or new law that has no practical, concrete changes. For example, those of us who read and believe our lying eyes can see today that the mis-information mandated under the cover of Civil Rights Laws that time has indicated was not more than a lie. Remember the Civil Rights Acts of 1866 & 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968.  There is a need to develop new leadership that has the courage to advocate and challenge the Civil Rights industry that does not hold or demonstrate that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Silence is Betrayal under any other name.  Why is it acceptable that local, state, and federal Black folk do not publically state and address the following genocidal facts, the death, injury and destruction hat results from said policies, practices, and procedures. When will We develop a process movement to reverse the new Slavery systems:1) one in three Black males are involved in the Criminal Justice System, 2) Eighty percent of all children in Special Education are Black males, 3) there are more young Black males in prison than there are young Black males in college or vocational trade schools, 4) Blacks are 13 percent of the Nation’s population but our youth are more than 70% of the  youth in adult courts and nearly 80% of the youth incarcerated in adult prisons, and 5) Blacks Killing Blacks with more than 90% of the victims and perpetrators being Black males. The primary focus of too many Black figure heads is affirmative action without affirming the need to change the traditional action plan to empower the people more than empowering oneself. You may view more information about FOXO’s activities by entering Fraternal Order of X-Offenders on the search engine or by going to