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KQED NEWSROOM

KQED Newsroom Special: Stand Up San Quentin

  • Aired: 07/29/2016
  • 27:53
  • Rating: NR
Once known only as a violent and dangerous place, San Quentin State Prison now has some of the most innovative rehabilitation programs in the California prison system. We get an inside look at a program where inmates write and perform their own stories. We’ll also hear from Dionne Wilson, a victims' rights advocate whose husband was murdered, and from former San Quentin inmate Troy Williams.
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