Jose H. Villarreal

When I was born my beautiful brown Mama said I was late to be born. I may have went a day past the due date;  I later realized it must have been that I knew the society that was awaiting me. 
As I exist in solitary confinement I find ways to hold on to what it means to be human. I am a jailhouse who although never finished the 7th grade in public school out in society, I have while in prison obtained a GED, Paralegal certificate and am halfway done with obtaining my Associates degree.  - I am a member of prison correspondent for Poor Magazine. I'm also a contributing writer for  
I spend my time exercising my body and mind. my most important activity is in re-building the nation. life's work is for Brown youth, Aztlan and oppressed people Internationally.

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