Jonathan McNair

My name is Jonathan McNair, I'm Humble, Laid back and an individual who's main focus is uplifting, empowering, and educating those in the "Struggle". As One who's been through the same or similar situations as most of my Comrades on here, I work to break the cycle of a continuum destruction plagued by violence, Drugs, illness and Hopelessness in our society. Each One Teach One is the Goal and Educating to empower minds is the Foundation.

Kevin Gray Kevin Gray was interviewed by DC Organization OneNation, as apart of a Positive outreach Program that connects At Risk Youth, with Incarcerated Males to Give “Real Talk” to Youth.  The...

1. In order to understand the now, we must visit the past. Lets start from the beginning. What city are you  from, and how was life growing up as a youth? KH- I am originally from the Shaw neighborhood...

  “Salute” Bayete to all the hardihood, tenacious puissant, and honorable Men and Women who refuse to compromise their principals. Or to live any other way, but on their own terms and  by...

Obama grants final 330 commutations to nonviolent drug offenders President Obama speaks during his final presidential news conference Jan. 18 at the White House. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated...

NOBODY Nobody trusts anybody Anymore Because love leaps out the window When poverty enters the door Nobody loves love Because we all live in fear Afraid to give our hearts to someone Cause nobody will...

Black Lives Don’t Matter Black Lives Don’t Matter And that’s the Truth Just a Wrong Stare Can Make a Black Man Shoot Black Lives ain’t Shit Just watch the News Even Dwayne Wade Is singing the Blues Black...

Joseph Ligon has served 63 years in prison for two murders committed when he was 15 years old, making him the oldest and longest-serving juvenile lifer in the world. Like 300 others from Philadelphia,...

The Justice Department hauled New York City into court last year when it failed to curb the wanton brutality that has long been a hallmark among guards at the Rikers Island jail complex. The same culture...

Micheal Harper I appreciate this interview with Convictsoapbox.com, and showing support to OneNation and Menstop Organizations.   1. In order to understand the now, we must visit the past. Lets start...

“The prison system in the United States generates roughly 74 billion annually. The high turnover is due to the fact that around 2.1 Americans are currently incarcerated. Since 1972, the number of...