Tony Lewis Jr. Talks Mass Incarceration, Prison Reform And More In His Book

Tony Lewis Jr. talks about growing up in a world of mass incarceration and why education should not be limited in prisons. His new book is called Slugg: A Boy's Life in the Age of Mass Incarceration.

- Gives background

- Did you environment influence you to get in the crime life

- Father wanted him to stay out of crime

- How do you feel about people glorifying street life

- Being addicted to crime

- 2 Choices in the hood- bad or worse

- Effects of gentrification 

- Accountability

- Trump wants to sentence drug dealers to death

- What did you think of Hillary Clinton when she was running

- Black Officials not helping

- Is Hip Hop at fault

- People hurting their own community

- Why don’t more people in DC get into politics

- How do we make correctional facilities educational

Find Tony's book here and sign the petition to stop the Federal Bureau of Prisons from restricting access to books in prisons. 

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