Gorilla Gospel MC on July 11, 2013

Posted: July 8, 2013 in Uncategorized

This week, we will feature an interview with folks of the Gorilla Gospel Motorcycle Club. Tony Robinson, the group’s Co-Founder, will be joined by a few from the crew to talk about his ten years behind bars, particularly how he worked to generate access to reading materials for himself and his fellow inmates.

After paroling home Tony had several choices in what he wanted to do next with his life. He could easily start selling drugs and live the easy fast life he knew, but instead with the support of his true friends and loved ones Tony took a path not many try to do after a decade in prison. He planned to work part-time along with a vision of being a full-time student working to get a higher education.

At the end of his first year of schooling, Tony had a 4.0 G.P.A. earning him a new more respectful nickname, 4-point Tone. After two years he graduated with a degree in business. With the support of the club he was pushed and encouraged to go farther into his education.

To read more about Tony and the Gorilla Gospel MC, visit their website.

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