He spent the Being Black Is An Honor Shirt last 7 years of his life working for the National Prison System. I had the pleasure of working with him there for a year (he worked with prisoners, I mainly did administrative work.). During his funeral, his former colleague from two facilities arrived. They have black tape on their badges. It took me about 10 minutes to realize what was happening. I keep thinking Who else has passed away? Why did they do that? I finally understood, in honor of him, they lost one of their own.
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After that service, I remember going to Being Black Is An Honor Shirt the table where his ashes were to look at what we had put there. There are some pictures, patches from the motorbike rides he went on, some of his Harley shirts and other things. One of my father’s prison colleagues came and I knew him. I worked with my sister in my department. He hugs me, and he pushes something into my hand, I’m so sorry.
Your father is a great man and a pleasure to Being Black Is An Honor Shirt work with. Please, take his. Give it to your mother. I can face her. I knew it was the second time he gave it to me. It was a chit, that is how he honored my father. I cried for the first time that day when I opened my hand and saw it. I gave it to my mother, upon request. She also cried. Now, for those who don’t know what chit is, I will explain. What a chit (for me) is a round piece of metal, about 2 inches in diameter and about 1 iron2 cm thick.
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They have our names on them. I said J. Wes, my father was C. Wes. And the Being Black Is An Honor Shirt prison system, we used them to check equipment and keys. When you register for the day, you will ask for your keys and give them details. Then at the end of the day, you will return the key and get back the details. That’s the way they take everything. We had a few days and many times when they came and made sure we had the key we had to have. Giving away a chit dish is to lose a family member, one of the highest forms of respect for the family.