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  1. Kay Fol says:

    Hey Lizzo,
    I've heard about all the good work you do in different aspects of charity and would like your input. I have a concept idea for a school where the kids come from the lower income housing, both inner-city as well as the country kids that may be getting overlooked, that is to say it's not a ethnicity thing, it would be based on simple economics, the entrance qualifications.

    You give the kids a fighting chance, a better education, pay the community college professors slightly more than what there being paid now, hire them on, the only requirement for the child is that after they go on to become Dr's, lawyers and other higher earning proffesion they go back to there communities and it slowly starts to uplift the community.

    I'm trying to run the algorithm of wether it's better to do a boarding school and offer an opportunity to one child per family or if a virtual system with substitute teachers dropping in occasionally to help as well as perhaps a school based community center with annual Summer Camps held across the nation to bring everyone together, I can't decide which would be more beneficial.

    The idea was sparked by a documentary called"Daughters of Destiny" it's on Netflix and it's utterly amazing.

    I am a sales person, twelve years in the making so I have no problems handling the fundraising and even have a few intial startup Capital making ideas. I'm even tossing around the idea of including a easy to sell marketing job for the kids parents to both help cover the cost of the school if not totally covered via Scholarship. It's a self sanitizing door handle. I want to get it into legislation which would actually cover the school funding if it was a law that all government ran businesses/buildings had to have them.

    Anyway if you have any interest at all please feel free to email me
    Or telephone at

    I'll take any advice or comments as long as it's not presented ignorantly. Stay safe and warm.
    Kaytee M. Foley

    P. S. Do more interviews, your voice is like butter on a cows utter, which might constitute as Canbablism?
    That reminds me the school/summer camp does strive to be sustainable, encouraging the use of community gardens as well as shipping and dry freezing different sources of protein and food to the childeren living in extreme poverty. Leading to travel and culture for kids who might have never got to leave the neighborhood they were born into.

    I also have some real concerns with the state of the Juvenile halls. They don't offer sex education, they hardly offer any education at all. Further more there are no electives as in theatre, music the kids who could use the creative outlet the most don't get the chance to take advantage of it. It's so cheap to build a small stage, get some donated costumes or even just have a kid pick from a big pile of monologues, its a great noninvasive way to get to know what kind of mood the kids in that day, do they pick a happy one or a sad one, have the correction officers get involved show the human side of themselves.

    Furthermore, I really feel like it's unfair that the adult prisoners get the chance to have music wether via small radios or actual tablets but I have yet to hear about a Juvenile hall that offers that. When I was in one for a short time 15 years ago they handed you worksheets, made you play basketball in flip flops and based a psych eval on 100 question feelings:yes no maybe. The fact that the youth today live on music and are offered no opportunity to check in or perhaps check out and relax or find comfort in music needs to be looked as both a tool to keep things calm but also on a psychological level it's more than likely deformential to there physical health, both brain and body chemistry.

    We are throwing ourselves back to the dark ages by not getting ahead of the curve, where our adult prisoners get the chance to earn a small income our youths do not.

    I come from a background of sales,mainly telephone sales. My first phone job was at 17 after getting emancipated at 16 via a ramshock- marry to -get out -the house-divorced-3-months-later-kindathing. I sold the newspaper, and I stopped back by early this year and it dawned on me that it makes no sense as to why the kids in Juvenile hall can't have the opportunity to make some simple phone calls saying "Hey this is Jimmy with the local paper how's it going today? Great just to let you know we'reon a recorded line, we're just running a little special in your area. You'll get the paper delivered 7 days a week for only 10 dollars a month. The special is good for six months. I can get you started in a few days I just need to know if you're in a house or an apartment."

    I'm not saying that it's an amazing career but it does help them face rejection without getting mad, learn to speak to people with respect and at the end of the day or even better for those who may need to get emancipated or who spend a year, two or maybe even don't get released until they are 18, it would give them a small savings account.

    I really feel like a lot of the youths in the system today who get released to unwilling,unloving or over extended parents just need a chance to be free of judgement and if you have a bit of money and a practiced proffesion it would help. They would come out of it with confidence.

    It not only saddens me but it's a terrifying thought we are basically setting them up to fail by dressing them as hardened criminals, by not taking into account the long term PTSD as well as both self and societal loathing for not taking into account the generational line up that led or is leading to a generational genocide. Our prisons are beyond capacity and the sad part it is, it only takes one mistake to mess up your life.

    I never really had anyone that showed me any unconditional love and I'm fearful in a time where Millennials are still trying to prove to there own parents that they are worthy that our next generation currently being raised will not know who to turn to, which will lead straight back to archaic ways of thinking.

    On another note, I find it totally unfair that the adult prisoners are not offered the chance to apply for a state issued phone before they are released. You know the kinds with a small amount of minutes, simply because without one it's almost impossible to get a job. I'm in a major city and there are maybe 10 jobs listed in the newspaper. I'm no lawyer but I would almost call it a monolopy. If your a horse you won't even make it out the gate without a phone.

    I don't mean to chew anyone's ear off here but you know how it goes when you get on a writing roll, I also think that it's a really fantastic idea to have a Etsy (you know that hand made goods for sale website) for the ex-convicts. Give them a healthy network to earn some money on. While we do have huge problems in our prison system I believe that if we focus on the kids first and maintain open communication it'll be ok.

    Anyway, sorry this was a bit long, unfortunately I don't have the contacts or a highly viewed platform to speak about it on. If you ever do an interview and feel like bringing it up please do.

    Thanks and stay safe,
    Feel free to contact me
    Kaytee M. Foley

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