13th Amendment to the US Constitution
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
Abolishing The Duly Convicted Exception To Slavery Clause
Most Americans think the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution abolished slavery in the United States, it did not. Find out who is trying to change that provision in the US and individual States Constitutions, then find out who is making millions of dollars off the labor of today’s slaves incarcerated in the Prison Industrial Complex.
Host Keith Brown El talks with Max Parthas of New Abolitionist Radio about how the use of this exception has led to the massive Prison Industrial Complex in the US and how that industry created the police state we are facing in the US. **We will be airing only part of the interview but will be posting the complete interview in the near future and will air the second half later in the year.
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The Annual Penny Mill Picnic – Sunday August 16th
The mission of Penny Mill Incorporation is a non-profit organization that focuses on bringing various ethnic groups together to empower our communities with their own cultural differences. Moreover, to empower one another of the importance of our differences as people. Plus to show our young people, that we are all very necessary in our world, our cities, and our communities. How we are able to do this is to collaborate with various businesses to help make it possible to have these events free to the public.
Host Richard Tripp Talks with Melvin Merritt, Director of Penny Mill Inc. about this year’s Penny Mill Picnic. A local event to give young people on KC’s East side a chance to experience different cultures, have fun and build self identity. Everyone is invited to come enjoy the music, the food, games, face painting and all the different ethnic and community groups at Blue Valley Park, 23rd and Topping, KCMO from 9-4 PM, Sunday, August 16th.