Sharing my story to show others it can happen to anyone, and promoting non-conditional love through music, film, audiobooks, merchandise, and other forms of digital media, I believe can be very effective as the internet is the world's #1 source of consumption.
Doing this independently is extremely difficult, and at times even discouraging, as I am still working to rebuild the things I've lost due to being falsely incarcerated. Reentering society after my horrible experience, and having to relocate because of the overwhelming violence in my hometown Philly, hasn't made things easier, as I had to completely start from scratch. I need YOUR help in order to upgrade my current equipment, outsource help and assistance to be able to produce better content for you all, to be able to travel to freely donate copies of "T.H.I.$", and to do this consistently and full time, as I believe that is what it will take to make the most impact in positively changing the mindset of hate and injustice.
As a supporter, you will receive free copies of my upcoming audiobooks, and other future exclusive content. Most importantly, you will be one of the people personally responsible in helping aid my abilities to freely give to those in need. Just send a picture of your donation to email@example.com to receive your special gift. Thank you for helping me in making a better world for us to live in!!!
Before my incarceration, I was one of the four founders, curator, and videographer of an "out-of-pocket" non-profit city-wide school tour that eventually gained the support of the Philadelphia 76'ers and the clothing apparel brand "Mitchell & Ness", but was unable to continue due to being falsely imprisoned. The tour presented musical acts and motivational speakers used to promote peace, staying in school, and to encourage the children to follow their dreams. The mask and "hoodie" I wore as the character called "NxFxce" (No Face) was a statement of equality and to "not judge a book by it's cover" as so many innocent and loving people face mental and physical trauma in their lives because of stereotypes, discrimination, and the overwhelming lack of empathy we face in our society.