Court order allows City Walk to continue transition home ministry

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    • #74324 Reply
      Sandy Rozek
      Sandy Rozek

      We have featured City Walk, a Florida ministry that welcomes registrants, previously. We especially like their slogan, “Every saint has a past, every
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    • #74333 Reply
      Old Offender

      The hate in this country knows no bounds. It’s wonderful that there are some real Christians still trying to live their religion

    • #74350 Reply

      All it takes is FAITH, and We can do the EXACT SAME THING, to the rest of The Nation too. Getting Law Firms willing to FIGHT FOR US, takes the same kind of Weapons The Corrupted Officials, Lawmakers, and all other Entities use: MONEY! Let’s begin ‘Tithing’ into NARSOL, so they can get US Law Firms to do for US, what we-even collectively-cannot possibly do for Ourselves without such Firms On OUR Side! Next Week, I’m going to do just that when My Retirement deposit comes in. Just $10.00 a month from EACH of US, should be all it will take. Maybe it could be more. I don’t know, but We have GOT NO OTHER CHOICE, if We’re going to not just Survive, but actually LIVE!

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      Earl Hughes

      Wow awesome I moved from Florida thanks alot wakulla county is were I was raised thanks alot but I’m North Carolina with another opposition to religious freedom I can’t go to church as a sex offender here cause of a 300 loitering policy that still in effect

    • #74535 Reply

      In response to Perry’s response he is spot on and I have said this over and over. The system has used money to get people to lobby for harsher registry laws and take away our freedoms. How do we combat this????? The same way. Use our combined resources to fight back. Fight fire with fire. The old saying goes, Money Talks. This is so true.
      There are almost a million registrants in the US. If all even turnes in soda cans for a deposit to het $1 it would amount to $1 million a month and $12 million a year. Can you imagine the power that would buy?
      We cant continue to sit by and just let stuff happen to us. We need to band together for strength.
      There are so many options we have that we can’t do. I teven thought, ” Wow if we could do a DDOS on the registry sites wouldn’t that be awesome?” Denying anyone the ability to access the registry is as good as shutting it down.
      We could all refuse to register and they aren’t going to put everyone i. Jail or prison but we all know this won’t happen.
      So what is the most reasonable and easiest thing to do? $10 a month and 100 million a year imagine what we could do. Look what $10 or $20 in prison could do.
      Step up people like Perry advocates and donate. Invest in yourself for a change. The satisfaction of winning for a change is amazing. May be little fires but winning little cases will help with big ones.

    • #74565 Reply

      Urging people to donate to the cause is the best idea out there. But has anyone thought that just maybe 3/4 of the registrants don’t even know that these organizations even exist? I forgot how I even found this site. maybe the best thing Narsol could do is put notices in local newspapers telling people about the organizations. That way I’m sure there would be a hoard of people joining and donating. There are free newsletters/papers here in NH like the “Hippo” where they talk about the happenings in NH and the news that applies to everyone here. That’s just one example. So put your thinking caps on. Go to your fellow inmate and tell them about it. Tell them it’s in their best interest to support these groups and get active in their communities.

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      Registry Movies

      Start creating movies from our perspective. We have a whole list of people to cast movie roles from (the registry).

      Always from the protagonist registrant’s perspective. Personally, I think Rambo is a good template. The protagonist experiencing repeated mistreatment until finally fighting back, or fighting for his friends and rescuing them. Perhaps a movie about a wrongly charged SO, whose family is killed by SO vigilantes, but our hero tracks down the vigilantes and ghosts them, then hunts down the corrupt regime behind the registry. If the protagonist receives great injustice, everyone will be on the hero’s side as he fights back, regardless of prior bias.

      Storytelling, especially movies, are one of the most powerful ways to alter culture and belief systems, as I’m sure everyone already knows.

    • #75953 Reply

      I donate quite often to NARSOL by direct check writing, using Amazon Smile, and through buying and selling on Ebay. If there were more ways NARSOL could reach out through gathering donations, that would be awesome. I like the idea of setting up a fund account where anyone could donate from $1.00 on up on a monthly basis or a one time donation. Even rounding up purchases to the nearest dollar and giving the extra to NARSOL would work.

      Ideas anyone?

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