49 min

Anthony Ray Hinton -- Imagination, God and Solitary Confinement Kelly Corrigan Wonders

    • Society & Culture

In an episode like no other, Kelly talks with Anthony Ray Hinton, an American activist and author who was wrongly convicted of murder in Alabama in 1985, and exonerated after 30 years in prison. He credits his faith, imagination and the love of a very good mother, for getting him through those years. Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. SPECIAL NOTE: If you are moved by this episode and want to take action, please write letters to the Governor of your state asking them to abolish the death penalty and create conviction integrity units. 

In an episode like no other, Kelly talks with Anthony Ray Hinton, an American activist and author who was wrongly convicted of murder in Alabama in 1985, and exonerated after 30 years in prison. He credits his faith, imagination and the love of a very good mother, for getting him through those years. Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. SPECIAL NOTE: If you are moved by this episode and want to take action, please write letters to the Governor of your state asking them to abolish the death penalty and create conviction integrity units. 

49 min

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