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California governor halts death penalty: 'I couldn't sleep'
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Aired 7 months ago 41:20
San Quentin (Rehabilitation)
"90 percent are coming back"San Quentin State Prison inmates have an organized baseball team that competes against local Bay Area rec teams, which are bussed in from the outside. San Quentin's baseball team is not without controversy and begs a larger question central to prison administration and reform -- are prisons primarily a place for punishment or rehabilitation?In this episode, we look at sports and rehabilitation through the lens of prison reform -- and the lived experiences of people who have been inside.Guests: John WindhamCaron ButlerDr. Lois DavisKent PhilpottWill Brandenberger
Why Sports Matter
Aired 5 months ago 47:34
Hosts Of 'Ear Hustle,' A Podcast Made From Inside Prison
Earlonne Woods and Nigel Poor started the podcast 'Ear Hustle' when Woods was a prisoner in San Quentin. Woods' sentence was recently commuted, but the two continue to tell stories of life in prison.
Aired 5 months ago 50:54
Best Of: Hosts Of Prison Podcast 'Ear Hustle' / Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Earlonne Woods and Nigel Poor started the podcast 'Ear Hustle' when Woods was a prisoner in San Quentin. Woods' sentence was recently commuted, but the two continue to tell stories of life in prison.Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews two new interpretations of Thelonious Monk's complete works.As the host of the PBS TV series 'Finding Your Roots,' Henry Louis Gates Jr. tells celebrities about their family history. Terry Gross asked Gates about his own roots.