The sixth episode of Inside Story explores how previously incarcerated persons are utilizing TikTok to share their experiences, giving the general public a uncooked view of jail circumstances, and bringing us into their on a regular basis lives on the skin.
Host Lawrence Bartley additionally sits down with Piper Kerman about what moved her to put in writing “Orange Is The New Black,” her memoir that impressed the Netflix hit present, and her reference to the ladies she served time with.
Lawyer, poet and activist Reginald Dwayne Betts takes us on a tour of Freedom Reads, a corporation which builds libraries in prisons throughout the U.S. Betts shares how receiving a ebook of poetry whereas in solitary confinement modified the course of his life.
In an animated essay, Matt Azzano brings us into the system of bartering and commerce in New York’s solitary confinement.
Finally, Bartley notes the rising development of justice-affected individuals taking possession of their tales by way of instruments like social media, and asks viewers to contemplate their capacity to abdomen an trustworthy have a look at jail life.
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