The Prisonworld Radio Hour Talks Real Talk with Wahida Clark for Women in Prison Series Show #4 When you think of pulling yourself up by your boot straps, Wahida Clark…
The Prisonworld Radio Hour Continues Healing with Sheila Ray Charles for Women in Prison Series Show #3
Going to prison is not always a death sentence. Quite the contrary…it can bring life. A rebirth so to speak. After three stints in a federal prison, Sheila Raye Charles, the daughter of the legendary singer Ray Charles, finally broke her 20 year drug addiction.
There is nothing more frustrating than to be incarcerated for something you did not do. What is even more frustrating is to be held against your will for a political agenda. And then to top off all levels of frustration, is to be held in solitary confinement for over a year, in a foreign country. Yes, this all happened to Sarah Shourd and not only did she write a book about it, Sliver of Light, but she also stopped by to talk it out with co-hosts Jenny and Rufus Triplett as to the human emotion she suffered on both sides of the border.
The Prisonworld Radio Hour Starts a 3-week Women in Prison Series with Prison Break Coach Allison T Moore
From Prison to Prominence
What happens to women when they come out of prison? What are the success stories? Prison is so much more than TV entertainment, ala Orange is the New Black, but its a time for transformation. In this edition of the Prisonworld Radio Hour, Allison T Moore breaks it down to co-hosts Jenny and Rufus Triplett as to what happened during her 7 years of incarceration
HOT TOPICS on The Prisonworld Radio Hour
The headlines have been sizzling and it was time for another one of our drop the mic shows. Out of all of the shows that co-hosts Jenny and Rufus Triplett does, the HOT TOPIC Shows are the most downloaded shows. In this edition, they take on the idiocy of ISIS and the life altering addiction of social media as well as other news. Be sure to listen closely as to the Top 5 Countries and the Top 5 states that listen to the show!
The Prisonworld Radio Hour talks Reality Court TV with Judge Alex – What is going on in the world of reality court TV? Some shows, such as the People’s Court, have sustained over 20 years on the air.
Vernon Nelson is incarcerated in a state institution in Nevada. He has a couple of books and is looking for support of his works. You may write him here:
50 Shades of Inmates – Incarceration Does Not Discriminate – When Do We Break The Cycle?
“That’s just my baby daddy.” “ He didn’t mean it. I shouldn’t have been running my mouth.” “ I don’t need school. I just need to get high”. “ Nobody ever got addicted to marijuana.” “I can finish school later.” “He ain’t done nothing for his baby.” Round and round we go. Where we stop nobody knows. The sad part about all of that is we should. We should know where to stop it and how to stop it. It is a tragedy when the constant theme in society has been the same for over the last 30 years. Enough is enough! We need to BREAK THE CYCLE. Here and now. Today. Let’s make a conscious effort to say NO MORE!
The Prisonworld Radio Hour talks Pro Football Life with former NFL Player Vernon Turner
What better way to discuss football during Super Bowl week than with a former NFL player who made history on and off the field. Vernon Turner, author, speaker and once a player in the NFL, called an audible with co-hosts Jenny and Rufus Triplett, as he detailed his hard knock life and behind the scenes of an underdog in the game.
The Prisonworld Radio Hour talks Education for Inmates with Dr Breea Willingham – Less than 2% of people in the United States have PhD’s. That small demographic of people tend to visit The Prisonworld Radio Hour for various reasons. The latest episode with co-hosts Rufus & Jenny Triplett, tackles education or lack of education within the prison system with author, professor and speaker, Dr. Breea Willingham.
Have you ever wondered what would make you snap? There’s a very popular saying that you never know what someone is dealing with or that they might be at their breaking point so tread lightly. That’s exactly what some of these wild, crazy, zany and most definitely wacky cases are about on this episode. Co-hosts Jenny and Rufus Triplett talk about cases where couples