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Prison Injustice via the Lenses of Glasses Malone Sparks Call To Action

June 15, 2011 Music, Politics, Power, Problems No Comments

Besides further establishing himself in the rap industry, G. Malone is now on a mission to speak up and acquire rights for those currently incarcerated in the California prison system. According to XXLMAG, the L.A. based lyricist has teamed up with Matt Gray, a lobbyist in the state of California, to go before the Assembly and the Senate and advocate for prisoners’ [health] rights. Hmmmm….I wonder how he feels about their voting rights when they’re released back in to society.

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