Writing My Wrongs feat. Shaka Senghor

Mar 31, 2020, 09:00 AM

How does one go from being an honor roll student, living in a middle class household in Detroit to a 19 year old crack dealer/user, tried and convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to 17-40 years? New York Times best selling author and prison reform activist Shaka Senghor can tell you, since this is his story. Join us as we take a break from discussing all things #coronavirus and discuss the real life story of life, death and redemption inside of an American Prison with the author of Writing My Wrongs. It’s an episode you DON’T want to miss.

How does one go from being an honor roll student, living in a middle class household in Detroit to a 19 year old crack dealer/user, tried and convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to 17-40 years? New York Times best selling author and prison reform activist Shaka Senghor can tell you, since this is his story. Join us as we take a break from discussing all things #coronavirus and discuss the real life story of life, death and redemption inside of an American Prison with the author of Writing My Wrongs. It’s an episode you DON’T want to miss. 


http://www.shakasenghor.com/


Link to purchase Shaka's book:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1101907312/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_49cGEbRRC0FNN