Abuse occurs when ordinary people control prison inmates!

Written by Robert M. Ziegler

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details a mock prison test, performed many years ago by Stanford University. The test was originally scheduled to last two weeks, but they had to shut it down after only 6 days because ofrepparttar negative effects it had upon those involved.



US Government Recognizes 'They Slew The Dreamer'

Written by Gary Revel

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WHEREAS, six years beforerepparttar signing of legislation by former Governor Charles S. Robb, on April 9, 1984, to establishrepparttar 113498 Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday in Virginia,repparttar 113499 Richmond Committee of Black Clergy and Virginia Union University created Community Learning Week, Inc., a community-based, educational program designed to honorrepparttar 113500 memory and commemoraterepparttar 113501 accomplishments of Dr. King; and

WHEREAS, since 1978, Community Learning Week, Inc. has ledrepparttar 113502 Richmond metropolitan communities in celebratingrepparttar 113503 King holiday with appropriate year-round commemorative, educational, spiritual, and service-oriented activities whereby his philosophy and principles ofrepparttar 113504 Beloved Community can be practiced; and

WHEREAS, this year, "Community Learning Week, Inc.," currently known as "Livingrepparttar 113505 Dream, Inc." marks 23 years of continuous community-owned and community-based observances ofrepparttar 113506 King holiday, one ofrepparttar 113507 original andrepparttar 113508 longest organized event of its kind inrepparttar 113509 nation; and

WHEREAS,repparttar 113510 success of annual commemorative events and activities underrepparttar 113511 auspices of Livingrepparttar 113512 Dream, Inc., co-sponsored by more than 125 businesses, public and private schools, higher education institutions, and religious and civic organizations, isrepparttar 113513 result of "tireless efforts andrepparttar 113514 persistent work of dedicated individuals"; and

WHEREAS, Livingrepparttar 113515 Dream, Inc. exemplifiesrepparttar 113516 spirit of service and leadership espoused by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and represents a consensus-building force and a multifaceted, interfaith, culturally diverse union devoted to healing, improving, and enhancingrepparttar 113517 racial climate inrepparttar 113518 Richmond metropolitan area; and

WHEREAS, Justice John Marshall Harlan insightfully wrote, "the destinies ofrepparttar 113519 two races in this country are indissolubly linked together, andrepparttar 113520 interests of both require thatrepparttar 113521 common government of all shall not permitrepparttar 113522 seeds of race hate to be planted underrepparttar 113523 sanction of law," and it isrepparttar 113524 profundity of this expression that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. so eloquently articulated during his lifetime and now fervently championed by Livingrepparttar 113525 Dream, Inc.; and

WHEREAS, Livingrepparttar 113526 Dream, Inc. urges us to remember and draw strength fromrepparttar 113527 fact that though they slewrepparttar 113528 dreamer,repparttar 113529 dream is not dead, and it is fitting that we recognize and commend this organization for continuingrepparttar 113530 great work begun by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED byrepparttar 113531 House of Delegates,repparttar 113532 Senate concurring, That "Livingrepparttar 113533 Dream, Inc." be commended on its work to preserve and promoterepparttar 113534 philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, Thatrepparttar 113535 Clerk ofrepparttar 113536 House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation torepparttar 113537 Executive Director,repparttar 113538 Reverend Willie Woodson, of Livingrepparttar 113539 Dream, Inc., as an expression ofrepparttar 113540 General Assembly's respect and admiration forrepparttar 113541 outstanding contributions of Livingrepparttar 113542 Dream, Inc. in promoting greater understanding and appreciation ofrepparttar 113543 brotherhood of mankind.

Gary Revel: Born in Florala Alabama June 29, 1949. Raised in Lower Alabama and Florida. Formed rock band at 15, played guitar and sang lead. Graduated high school from Holmes County High School in Bonifay Florida. At 18 he joins the United States Navy and from there it's the music business in Hollywood California. An involvement with Naval Intelligence prepares him for work on the investigation of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

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