For over 30 years, attorney John McKenzie, has seen the revolving door of Black people going in and out of jail. His book, Black Out In America, teaches Black people to "stay out of jail" and shows how the Black community can break this cycle. FACT African-Americans make up 13% of the United States population, but 80% of the prison population. There are more African-American males in prison than in college.One in three young African-African males is in jail or prison or on probation or parole. There are more African-American males in prison today than were enslaved in 1850 before the Civil War. Something has to be done ... someone must take a stand. There has to be a plan and a way to turn things around. Well now there is ...
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John McKenzie is a lawyer living in Austin, Texas. He is a 1975 graduate of Hastings Law School in San Francisco, California. He received his Undergraduate Degree in 1971 from The University of Texas, at Austin with a degree in Business Administration. He was invited to attend the select "Criminal Law Institute" located in Macon, Georgia. He has worked extensively with the Austin, Texas Chapter of the NAACP. You can visit his website at www.blackoutinamerica.com.
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