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In this episode of ‘A Prisoner’s Pardon’ podcast, host Michi J wraps up a discussion with former correctional officer turned life coach and bestselling author, Jamal Javan G. They delve into the concept of ‘Living For a Living,’ exploring how individuals, especially those incarcerated, can find true freedom and empowerment from within. Jamal shares insights...
In this episode, the host, Michi J, interviews Jamal Jivanjee, a former correctional officer, pastor, and now a life coach and author of ‘Living for a Living.’ Jamal shares his personal journey from recognizing his repetitive life patterns and the realization of being the common denominator in his own life issues, leading him to seek...
The Weapon of Music: It can break chains in the mind   [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Spotify | Captivate | Deezer  From a life of sin, vice and darkness, the story of Eric Cohen, a Christian hip hop artist from Missouri resonates with our lives and the power of transformation through...
[Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Spotify | Captivate | Deezer  What happens when you get arrested at 18, get locked up for 20 years for a mistake that you technically did not commit? Listen to the inspiring story of Cherita Rayford as she narrates her experience which started with offering someone...
Episode 53: Shownotes Episode 53: It’s Never Too Late   [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Spotify | Captivate | Deezer  What does transformation look like when you get locked up for years with no hope of getting out? Listen to the inspiring story of Fernando Torres, a convict who was involved in...
Shownotes  Episode 52: Needed Reforms Behind the Walls    [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Spotify | Captivate | Deezer    In this episode of ‘A Prisoner’s Pardon Podcast’, host Michi J. chats with Dori Maloney on why prison reforms are needed behind the walls and the importance of supporting inmates in...
A Thanksgiving Pardon: The Story of Thanksgiving and the Act of Forgiveness In this episode of ‘A Prisoner’s Pardon Podcast’, host Michi J. discusses the tradition of Thanksgiving and its symbolic relevance to forgiveness and gratitude. The discussion covers the origin of the holiday, starting with the turkey pardoning tradition initiated by President Abraham Lincoln...
Do you know any police officers personally? What about a police cadet? Today’s show features one of the best police cadets in the City of Milwaukee. His name is Jeremiah Lewis. This young man, in my estimation, has the potential to become chief. Why do I say that? I do because I’ve seen his passion...
This is a continuation of last week’s episode of Black Privilege with Pastor Roy Niedfeldt. Pastor Roy is a Cudahy, Wisconsin native who now lives in the crime-ridden Milwaukee neighborhood of Woodland. He believes Black people and their neighborhoods are ripe for revival. Show Highlights: ·  Black young people’s identity crisis ·   Economic change needed ·   Spirituality a...
Have you ever heard the slogan “Black Privilege”? Most, I think would say no. My guest Pastor Roy Niedfeldt will discuss what he terms black privilege and why it’s so important that it’s recognized. Pastor Roy Niedfeldt was born and raised in Cudahy, Wisconsin a southeastern suburb of Milwaukee. For several years, he pastored his...

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