Re: Prison Farms, the South, and community gardening
Being Southern, I ask, if you are worried about killers,
molesters, rapists and the rest having inhumane working
conditions (conditions I certainly don't condone) I suggest you
do some active about it instead of sitting there typing and
insulting all Southerners.
Is it easier to type out bigoted statements than it is to
do something about it?
How about start a prison program near you that will teach
convicts how to grow using environmentally friendly techniques
and teach them a thing or two about science along the way.
Perhaps money earned from the project can go to us victims.
A victim of crime, a Southerner and a humane decent person who
walks her talk.
----- Original Message -----
From: Sarah Martin <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2000 11:12 AM
Subject: [cg] Prison Farms, the South, and community gardening
> Not being a Southerner, I don't have the soothing singing of
> workers enroute to the fields as a part of my cherished
> Nazi & Soviet slave labor camps are, however, a part of my
> personal history... and not as management.
> Being a southerner and a liberal and opposed to slavery, the
> industrial complex, the confederate flag flying over the
state house of my
> home state and other actions, I don't appreciate your attempt
to paint all
> southerners as bigots that support chaingangs and slavery. By
> sweeping statment such as that, you purposely alienate anyone
who might be
> reading your email and agreeing with you. I'll thank you to
> stereotypical comments like this in the future.
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