Shaka Senghor is a leading voice in criminal justice reform and a senior fellow with the Dream Corps. His memoir, “Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison,” was released in March 2016 and debuted on The New York Times Best Seller List as well as The Washington Post Best Seller List. An unforgettable tale of forgiveness and second chances, “Writing My Wrongs” reminds us that our worst deeds don’t define who we are or what we can contribute to the world. Shaka’s story has inspired thousands and serves as a powerful testament to the power of hope, compassion and unconditional love.
Criminal justice reform advocate Shaka Senghor has a candid conversation with the Matters team about how the flaws in the justice system harm vulnerable populations.
Shaka Senghor shares insights from his time in prison and discusses his efforts for criminal justice reform.
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