loader from loading.io

Denise Coleman: Advocating for Others After 38 Years in Prison

Decarcerated

Release Date: 01/10/2020

Audio Essay:  SENTENCING DOES NOT PROVIDE CLOSURE IN THE KILLING OF AHMAUD ARBERY show art Audio Essay: SENTENCING DOES NOT PROVIDE CLOSURE IN THE KILLING OF AHMAUD ARBERY

Decarcerated

An audio essay about abolition and Ahmaud Arbery.  The full readable version can be found on medium.com here: https://bit.ly/Arbery

info_outline
Huwe Burton: Exonerated After 30 Years show art Huwe Burton: Exonerated After 30 Years

Decarcerated

At 16, Huwe Burton was sentenced to 15 years-to-life for the murder of his mother. Thirty years later he is telling his story of exoneration.  Huwe's story was featured on an episode of the HBO series, Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.

info_outline
Pt 2: Denise Coleman: Advocating for Others After 38 Years in Prison show art Pt 2: Denise Coleman: Advocating for Others After 38 Years in Prison

Decarcerated

38 years in prison just for riding in a car with some friends. This is part 2 of the Denise Coleman story.  

info_outline
Denise Coleman: Advocating for Others After 38 Years in Prison show art Denise Coleman: Advocating for Others After 38 Years in Prison

Decarcerated

38 years in prison just for riding in a car with some friends.  That's part of the story of Denise Coleman. Born in Louisiana, and now living in Jackson, Mississippi, Ms. Coleman, is my friend.  She is also a leader with the People's Advocacy Institute, and the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls.

info_outline
Melissa Harris-Perry & Marlon Peterson show art Melissa Harris-Perry & Marlon Peterson

Decarcerated

Originally recorded in October 2018, Melissa Harris-Perry, journalist, scholar, and former host of the Melissa Harris-Perry Show on MSNBC, sits down with Marlon Peterson. This conversation was apart of the that took place in Durham, North Carolina.   We talk about her personal experiences the the criminal justice system and her grapplings with being a victim of violence.  Even Marlon tears a bit in this episode, so keep your Kleenex close. DEcarcerated links about this episode:   Episode music: Follow DEcarcerated on: Twitter: Instagram:  

info_outline
Debbie Kilroy: Freeing Women & Girls in Australia show art Debbie Kilroy: Freeing Women & Girls in Australia

Decarcerated

Debbie Kilroy was awarded the Australian Human Rights Medal in 2004.  She also happened to have served several years in prison, which fuels her passion for advocating on behalf of women and girls in prison. Debbie also has one of the most fascinating prison experiences that served as a catalyst for who she is today. Listen to this episode to find out...   To learn more about Debbie Kilroy and this episode check out the following links: Follow Debbie Kilroy on Twitter: Music credits: Get it Straight by therawman DEcarcerated is sponsored by the NoVo Foundation and

info_outline
Halim Flowers: Roaming Free After 22 Years show art Halim Flowers: Roaming Free After 22 Years

Decarcerated

Originally sentenced to a life sentence at 16-years old, Halim Flowers, released after serving 22 years is now breaking barriers.  Released in March of 2019, Halim is already a published author, an Echoing Green Fellow...a friend of Kim Kardashian,  and he already spoke at Kanye West's Sunday Service.  Oh, and he recently got married.  What have you done in the past 9 months? Marlon sat down with Halim backstage at the Smart on Crime Conference in NYC for a deeply personal interview. To learn more about Halim checkout: "TGU Prison Scholar Released After 22 Years". To...

info_outline
Live at the 2019 Smart on Crime Innovations Conference show art Live at the 2019 Smart on Crime Innovations Conference

Decarcerated

To kick off our final season, the DEcarcerated Podcast was LIVE at the 2019 Smart on Crime Conference held at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in NYC. Some of America's leading criminal legal system experts participated in this conference, and we got a few of them to speak with us backstage.  Here's a few: Amanda Alexander, Executive Director & Founder of the Topeka K. Sam, | on Sirius XM Carol Bogert, President of the , Echoing Green & Halcyon Arts Lab Fellow Jameila Meme Styles, , Lawrence Bartley, The Marshall Project, Director, More details about the 2019 Smart on...

info_outline
Abolition is Not Just About How We Dismantle show art Abolition is Not Just About How We Dismantle

Decarcerated

The self-proclaimed HBIC (google the urban dictionary), Alicia Garza, principal of the Black Futures Lab that created the Black Census, and co-creator of Black Lives Matter is in rare form in this conversation with Marlon. This episode is not for the thin-skinned.

info_outline
Chris Wilson:  How I Escaped From a Life Sentence in Prison show art Chris Wilson: How I Escaped From a Life Sentence in Prison

Decarcerated

Before the age of 17 Chris Wilson's mother was raped by a police officer. His father was murdered.  His cousin was killed in front of him. At 17-years old, Chris was sentenced to life in prison for taking a person's life.  When he was 19 he decided to create a master plan for his life, and that master plan lead to his early release from prison, a book, serial entrepreneurship, and becoming an internationally sought after artist. This is our final full episode for Season IV of DEcarcerated, and it is one for the record books.   Production Credits: Andrew Stelzer Music...

info_outline
 
More Episodes

38 years in prison just for riding in a car with some friends.  That's part of the story of Denise Coleman. Born in Louisiana, and now living in Jackson, Mississippi, Ms. Coleman, is my friend.  She is also a leader with the People's Advocacy Institute, and the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls.

This two-part series will have you on an emotional rollercoaster.

To learn more about Denise Coleman, her story, and her work visit:

 

Share your thoughts on itunes, Soundcloud, or wherever you listen to DEcarcerated. You can also send us a Happy New Year email at [email protected].