Remembering The Forgotten

By PSF Scholar Francisco Pinto “Let me save one more, Lord… Just one more.” by Desmond Doss (Hacksaw Ridge) Student leaders face evils every day in the world of academics. Tuition costs, depression and drug abuse are just a few of the difficult...

MLK and Incarceration

By Mariama Sidibe In American history we speak of Martin Luther King as the man who paved the way for a colorblind society. In history books we don’t discuss the radical views held by MLK, nor do we extensively talk about the ways in which he was labeled a criminal...

My Educational journey and Concise story

By Major A. Clark My name is Major A. Clark, I’m a 32 year old African American currently incarcerated for making an irrational decision, under the influence of alcohol. Under the influence I broke the laws of the land in Ellaville Georgia by committing a felony...