Monthly Archives: September 2011

Remembering Attica

Today is the 40th Anniversary of the Attica Rebellion. For far too many, it is an event not remembered, and is overshadowed by 9-11, the 10th Anniversary of 9-11. But when it happened, in September of 1971, the repercussions of … Continue reading

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Remembering 9-11

Everyone in New York City has a 9-11 story. Mine begins nearly two months before that fateful day. I was in the World Trade Center with my ex-wife, who is originally from Jamaica. (I am a born and bred New … Continue reading

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On the Dock

We are moored to the dock Supine Stargazing Lost in the Milky Way I feel so far away from home Where we can’t see the stars We oooh and aaah at shooting stars This is better than the Macy’s Fourth … Continue reading

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My September 2011 Editorial from The Deuce Club* –“The Re-entry World Just Got a Little Larger”

There’s this joke among insiders inside the re-entry world, that when you go to these re-entry conferences and the like, that you see “the usual suspects.” This speaks to the fact that there’s a small passionate group committed to doing … Continue reading

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