Most of my time is taken up campaigning for criminal justice reform, especially within our prisons. Rather than tell people what to think, I try to influence how they think. I do this by sharing my experiences and perspective from both the negative and positive aspects of my life. However, in my spare time, I … Continue reading Sit-Down and Drop the Knife to Save a Life.
So, I have chosen to dedicate this blog to two people. One is obviously my brother-in-arms Kenneth himself, the second is a man that not only inspires me but someone I have witnessed first hand inspires many more of my peers still serving behind the wall. That man is Jose Aguiar. The guys who attend … Continue reading I AM KENNETH FOSTER #PlatformsofInspiration
It is remarkable how things turn out sometimes. I am not only able to celebrate my 100th blog, but I am also able to celebrate, and of course, promote ; ) my debut book 'A Father's Son.' I have banged on for ages and will continue to do so, about the importance of education, especially … Continue reading TON UP!
In the past, I have been told by several specialists, which included a psychiatrist and a clinical psychologist among others, that I was/am institutionalised. One thing they didn't really explain to me was why. Maybe they assume that you know why? The fact you have spent an amount of time in an institution must not … Continue reading A way of life.
Once again we have an announcement from the UK government, over a weekend or bank holiday, with regards to our prisons. This heading and sub-heading coming from Bloomberg politics. 'U.K.’s Johnson Unveils $3 Billion Jail Plan to Ease Overcrowding' U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he plans to spend as much as 2.5 billion pounds … Continue reading Wrong answer.
Later this year, on October 20th, during a special charity concert put on for the benefit of the National Brain Appeal, my good friend Dr Lewis Owens will once again be presenting a prestigious St. Martin's Lifetime Achievement Award to a deserving recipient. An award that was previously presented to Terry Waite and which will … Continue reading A Colombian Crusade
I wanted to write a blog yesterday about this experience, however, I became somewhat overwhelmed. Fortunately, I can count Michael Irwin and The Tartan Con as contacts and also as friends. It wasn't so much the advice more the silent understanding. So, before I begin I would like to say a massive thank you to … Continue reading Inspirationville