Humanizing the Incarcerated with Keri Blakinger
Rev. Bri-anne sites down with Marshall Project Investigative Reporter, Keri Blakinger. Together they discuss her new book, "Corrections in Ink", the dehumanizing nature of the criminal justice system, and how public safety might be best served by actually treating prisoners with compassion.
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