Concurrent Resolution - To Provide Non-Discriminatory Faith Group Practices for the Asatru Faith Inside Prison

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Caleb Sineath
5 years ago
I am Asatru and Its not a gang but a lost heritage of beliefs.

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Brandon Lashbrook
6 years ago
Muslims get special foods, etc. Asatruars and Wotanists should be able to have blot and symbel feast as well.

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Randy kalabza
6 years ago
I was lucky enough to have a kindred and rune study.While in prison and they helped me thru my stay. We did have to walk on egg shells because they were looking for any reason to shut us down.We should should have equal rights.

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Art Scott
6 years ago
Our gov't has no place in determining which religions are okay or not okay. This is just yet ANOTHER example of the Abrahamic religions considering themselves privileged and entitled within a country where the writers of the US Constitution set out to specifically prevent this from happening.

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Nicholas Reinhardt
6 years ago
I have personallly experienced mistreatment, civil rights violations, discriminatory practices directly towards my race and faith, and unfair treatment in every aspect by the Florida Prison system in regards to Odinic services, approved sponsors, recieving donated religous materials, my religion being deemed a "security threat group", harrasment in, around, going to and coming from my religous practices and just a general backlash against my faith and people at Apalachee C.I., Dade C.I., Martin C.I., Jackson C.I., Graceville work camp, Hamilton C.I. main unit and annex and that's just right off the top of my head. Muslims, Jews, Hebrew Israelites, and various other religions who also may or may not be composed of documented gang memebers and may or may not be the opposite end of the spectrum but 10 times worse as far as ignorance and bigotry goes and they are catered to and coddled like children. I'm sick of it and my brothers in fetterdom who face constant retaliation for voicing these same opinions are to. Is this country founded by white men, for white men, and still completely funded by tax paying white men and women got so far from it's founders core beliefs that we allow this to continue while homosexuals and miscreants burn our flags and flaunt their atrocities? Have we lost our way so badly? I hope not.

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Reynald Carey
6 years ago
I am a brother of the faith. Hail odin! Hail the asir! Hail the vanir! Hail all kindreds and solo practicioners! Let the clang of swords be heard throughout the nine worlds!

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Rick Pinsonneault
6 years ago
I've done time in prison and in Vermont they give us a hard time to practice. We have quite the number of brothers and we all can't c each other because we r spread out from buildings to buildings to have discussion or check to c how the other brothers r doing.

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Cecil King
6 years ago
I am an American Heathen and will support fellow Heathens with or without the blessings of the State.

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galen duff
6 years ago
religious freedom is a right giving to all americans.

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Michael Coe
6 years ago
i believe in the right to practice my religion without discrimination