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Life Sentence

This episode: life before, during and after prison. We meet a group of lifers trying to slow down the school-to-prison pipeline. Also, how one inmate turned skills learned in prison into his business.

A Postcard from Exodus
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We dive deep into the creative minds of a few writers and artists who will be part of this year's PEN World Voices Festival with a series of conversations. Elena Climent/PEN World Voices Festival of Literature 2016 hide caption

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This week we spent an hour on weed and the push to legalize it. We explore how the drug war affects communities of color, the drug's racialized history and why today's legal industry is mostly white. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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