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Reverse Discrimination: Racial Discrimination Discovered, Discerned & Effectively Dealt With

Reverse racial discrimination in the midst of a society deeply concerned about diversity, discrimination and affirmation action does happen.

For example when I first went to Africa (and I’ve been 5 times to as many as 8 countries in war torn east Africa), I journeyed so deep into the bush within Malawi (you know where Madonna adopted her child) that there was no electricity, no running water, and no white men.

In fact I apparently was the only white man some of them had ever seen. I realized that when little African children bathing in the river ran like crazy screaming with fear when they saw me, thinking I was a ghost.

Other natives (when I got out of a truck to get a drink and go to the bathroom) ….about a hundred or more local Africans deep in the bush surrounded me like I was the most unusual animal at the zoo on exhibit. They were shouting and pointing saying, “Mzungoo” (meaning – white man).

Hence I understand discrimination, being a minority, struggling cross-culturally and overcoming racial bias and discrimination.

When I slept in a tent within the bush (traveling throughout the villages of Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania), every morning when I woke up and got out of my tent….there were Africans sitting waiting to see the mzungoo.

Back home in the United States I met Bernice King (daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King) where she taught me how to “Live Like a King” and have “great expectations” for the future.

Truly overcoming racial stereotypes, discrimination, bias and limiting beliefs is possible.

It feels great to make friends of all enthnicities and races throughout the world and to work together for the common good of mankind.

www.PaulFDavis.com – worldwide speaker and life-changing author of several books including “Diversity, Multiculturalism & Global Cooperation”

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Lake County Corrections in Tavares, Florida Violates Constitutional Right of Inmates to Receive Mail Compliments of Kenneth Zimmerman

What’s going on in the mail room at Lake County Corrections in Florida?

Lake County Corrections jail in Tavares, Florida violates the Constitutional rights of inmates to receive mail from family and friends.

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Ironically, they who claim to enforce the law are themselves violating the highest supreme law of the land. The first amendment of the U.S. Constitution permits freedom of speech and equal access to intellectual property, which dissemination of Lake County Corrections blatantly hinders and denies its inmates.


Worldwide minister & author Paul Davis personal letters to an inmate at Lake County Corrections (Tavares, FL) were repeatedly denied, labeled illegal, and censored. When Davis phoned to speak to Ms. Williams within the mail room, Williams advised Davis to send the letter addressed to her and white out the website below the poem Davis an author had personally written. Williams assured Davis once the website below was removed, the correspondence would go through to the inmate.

The initial letter was returned and on the exterior of the envelop was written “illegal contraband”. Davis who worked on Ground Zero the first week of 9/11 found this a bit amusing, considering all he had sent to the inmate was a poem he had written about Albert Einstein. “I guess that was too much intellectual stimulation for the corrections officers and inmates.” Davis laughingly said.


However upon the third attempt to send letters previously denied, Davis to his surprise after following Ms. Williams protocol received the bundle of previous denied letters that he had whited out the websites below and attempted to send again. This time the denial was marked “Not allowed due to content.”

It seems Lake County Corrections does not only refuse mail, it also now censors it.

Upon phoning Ms. Williams boss officer Kenneth Zimmerman, Davis asked him for the written criteria for what mail is refused. Zimmerman replied, “Well, that’s always changing.”

Davis responded, “How convenient for you. Well sir, please send me the list of the last documented publication requirements and stipulations as to what criteria and categories of mail are to be denied so I can comply.”

Zimmerman contradicted his subordinate Williams telling Davis poems were to be excluded altogether. When Davis told Zimmerman he was an author and wrote the material himself along with 14 books, Zimmerman told Davis to mail the books through a bookstore.

David responded, “I’m not endeavoring to mail a book. I am simply trying to send a poem which I personally wrote and typed.”

Zimmerman spilled the beans saying, “Well anything that looks like a download we reject. It has to be hand written.”

It seems they in the mail room at Lake County Corrections lazily reject mail before adequately and thoroughly looking through its contents. Obviously the tendency is to lazily deny rather than approve. This was a direct contradiction to what Williams told author Davis a week ago that typed poems and letters were permissible.

Yet whatever ‘hot water’ the mail room staff thinks they are staying out of by haphazardly denying legitimate mail will soon backfire on them when Constitutional attorneys take this to the Supreme Court.

Davis who completed a year of law school himself in New York said, “It seems the ‘good old boys’ down there at Lake County Corrections just do about whatever they want despite the Constitutional perimeters and the statutes within the supreme law of the land governing us all.”

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I received an email dated June 5, 2008 from Robin Bourn that said:

“My son is in Lake County Corrections currently awaiting a parole violation hearing. He was five days from being released from parole and Florida violated him due to a DUI in Arizona, which is where he has lived since his release from Florida a year ago.  I believe his rights are being violated, as they have put him in  solitary confinement for having a candy bar belonging to another inmate (this is what I was told on the phone).  He is not allowed to receive mail while in solitary.  Is this a violation of his rights and is there anything I can do? I live in Indiana and am extremely concerned about what I’m being told about the conditions he is being kept in.  I don’t know what to do and the lady on the phone at the prison was very rude and no help. Thank you for any advice or help you can give.”



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Paul F. Davis is a highly sought after worldwide professional speaker, prolific author, human rights activist, provocateur, and minister.

Academically outstanding Davis was trained in transformative mediation & conflict resolution (Hofstra Law School); strategic negotiations (Harvard Business School); advanced interrogation (Reid & Associates founders of the polygraph).


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Celebrity Cruise Enrichment Speaker – History & Women’s Rights Speaker: Europe, Russia, Scandinavia

Celebrity Cruise Line enrichment speaker Paul F. Davis adds some filet mignon historical and women’s rights topics to his many inspiring relational and personal empowerment offerings as a keynote speaker.


Paul F. Davis is passionate about women’s rights and liberation. Paul has traveled to over 50 countries, more than 50 islands, and 6 continents of the world where he has personally witnessed gender bias and inequality.  During Paul’s last visit to Indonesia, the world’s largest archipelago and Muslim populace, Davis filmed a documentary on the sex slave industry and the oppression of women.

Davis, a prolific author of 14 books including a 200 page spinoff book from Oprah’s ‘New Earth’ which Paul titles “Update Your Identity” is getting phenomenal reviews and an unprecedented amount of phone calls to book him as a conference speaker.

Contact Paul to speak on your cruise ship or at your next conference.
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An astute author and international speaker, Davis can design a tailor made program and talk to fit any audience. As a road warrior Paul’s speaking fee and honorarium is all-inclusive as he bears the expense and attends to the details of his own travel.

Here are Paul’s newest History talks which are exciting and turning women on throughout the planet!

1. Misogyny and Oppression of Women

Historical oppression of women in the region preceding liberation movements leading to emancipation.

–   Separatism and Suspicion in Tsarist Russia
–   The Conquest of Individual Independence
–   The Double Oppression of Capitalist Exploitation
–   Self-awareness and Class-Consciousness
–   Feminism, Morality, and Political Activity
–   War Against Japan, Radicalism, and Peasant Women
                       Bearing the Burden [1904-1905]
–   The Battle Against Illiteracy and Right to Education
                       for Equal Economic Opportunity
2. Women’s Rights Movement in Russia Leading to Global

Gender rights activists, reformers, and organizations that pioneered movements that earnestly fought for women’s rights.

–   Woman during the reign of the Tsars
–   Moscow Strikes of 1875: Arrests, Imprisonment, and ‘Trial of the 50’
–   The 1905 Russian Revolution and the Bourgeois Feminist movement
–   Motives, Methods, and Aims of Women’s Struggle for Freedom
–   Bourgeois Class Women versus Working Class “Sisters”
–   Working Class Women Leveraging Power and Asserting Influence
–   19th century revolutionary journalist Kravinsky comments on moral force
–   The League for Women’s Equality and the Progressive Women’s Party
–   Social Democratic women (Bolsheviks and Mensheviks), Marxism, and 
                       Trade Unions
3. The Russian Women’s Liberation and the Battle for Gender Equality in the 
       Marketplace that Swept the Globe

An ongoing assessment of historical trends in freedom of expression for women as they break social stigmas and constraints to enjoy liberties. Examine the battle for gender equality in the marketplace.

–   17th and 18th Centuries Exploitation of Women During Industrialization
–   New Economic Model, Devaluation of the Family, and Capitalism
–   The 1894-96 economic strikes in Petersburg
–   The great textile workers’ strike of 1896
–   The 1917 October Russian Revolution
–   Bolshevik Women’s Struggle to Overcome Oppression
–   The propaganda work of the paper ‘Rabotnitsa’
–   History of International Working Women’s Day
4. Russian Women in Government & Society

Evaluate and learn from leading ladies in Russian
and society who reformed the world in which we live.

–   The Bourgeois Feminist Movement
–   Unification of Working Class Women
–   Social Status and the Struggle for Civil Rights
–   Peasant Majority and the Tchaikovsky group
–   Rosalie Jakesburg’s group [1872]
–   Moscow Women and ‘Trial of the 50’
–   The “Working Women’s Mutual Assistance Association” [1907]
–   Clara Zetkin and the International Conference of Socialist Women [1907, 
–   Fight for Universal Suffrage in the Legislative and Local Assemblies
–   Congress of all Russian women [1908]
–   Social Democratic women activists and Alexandra Kollontai
–   Division and Line of Demarcation Between Bourgeois Feminists Owning
                       Property and Socialist Working Women
–   Feminist and Socialist Agitation Opening the Doors for Women in Politics
–   Concessions, Class-Contradictions, Capitalism, and Sex Discrimination
–   Stalwarts of women’s liberation and comrades Krupskaya, Innessa
                       Armand, Stahl, Kollontai, Eliazarova, Kudelli, Samoilova, and Nikolayeva 
                       and other female workers of St Petersburg.

5. Women’s Issues in Current Affairs

Investigate current affairs and women’s issues of vital strategic importance. Time shall be given for discussion, questions, and answers.

–   Breaking Limitations on Individual Development
–   Asserting Social Rights and Freedom of Expression
–   Bolsheviks such as A. Kollontai Organized Public Meetings Opposing 
                       Bourgeois Feminists [1907]
–   Women’s Suffrage Movement in the USA [1917]
–   Women in the United States Gain the Right to Vote [1920]
–   Identifying Gender Social Stereotypes, Taboos, and Fears
–   Role Playing: Girl, Daughter, Woman, Wife, Mother, and More
Contact Paul F Davis to speak on your cruise ship or at your next conference.

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Paul F. Davis is a world-changing leadership & diversity speaker who has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents building bridges cross-culturally and empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams!

Paul is the author of 14 books. Paul has appeared on numerous internationally broadcast radio shows from Oprah & Friends to Fox News Radio to talk about conflict resolution, peacemaking, foreign policy, and diplomacy. Playboy Radio host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an “awesome” relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.

Academically outstanding Davis was trained in transformative mediation & conflict resolution (Hofstra Law School); strategic negotiations (Harvard Business School & U. of Washington); advanced interrogation (Reid & Associates founders of the polygraph); and NLP & Life Coaching (NLP & Coaching Institute of California).

Paul humorously and elegantly transforms individuals and organizations.

Paul’s organization Dream-Maker Inc. builds dreams, transcends limitations, & reconciles nations.

Paul worked at Ground Zero in NYC during 9/11; helped rebuild a home at the tsunami epicenter; comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda; spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war; inspired students & monks in Myanmar; promoted peace & reconciliation in Pakistan; and has been so deep into the bush of rural Africa where villagers had never before seen a white man.

Paul empowers people to love passionately and live fearlessly.



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