15 episodes

Unincarcerated: The Podcast aims to highlight the experiences of those who have been affected by the Criminal Justice System and have broken free of its cycle. The flagship podcast from Unincarcerated Productions, episodes will consist of interviews, stories, and life lessons meant to shift the collective consciousness from intolerance to redemption by humanizing those who have been liberated from imprisonment in any form and empowered to realize their highest potential.

Unincarcerated: The Podcast Unincarcerated Productions

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 15 Ratings

Unincarcerated: The Podcast aims to highlight the experiences of those who have been affected by the Criminal Justice System and have broken free of its cycle. The flagship podcast from Unincarcerated Productions, episodes will consist of interviews, stories, and life lessons meant to shift the collective consciousness from intolerance to redemption by humanizing those who have been liberated from imprisonment in any form and empowered to realize their highest potential.

    Unincarcerated Special Report: The Digital Divide Part Two

    Unincarcerated Special Report: The Digital Divide Part Two

    The second of a two part series focused on the The Digital Divide, and how the lack of access to meaningful technology adversely affects incarcerated and unincarcerated humans.
    Produced in partnership with Adam Echelman and the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society.

    • 13 min
    Unincarcerated Special Report: The Digital Divide Part One

    Unincarcerated Special Report: The Digital Divide Part One

    The first of a two part series focused on the The Digital Divide, and how the lack of access to meaningful technology adversely affects incarcerated and unincarcerated humans.
    Produced in partnership with Adam Echelman and the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society.

    • 12 min
    Unincarcerated S02E06 - Isidoro "Izzy" Rodriguez

    Unincarcerated S02E06 - Isidoro "Izzy" Rodriguez

    On Season 2 Episode 6 of Unincarcerated: the Podcast, we have a highly entertaining and informative discussion with Isidoro "Izzy" Rodriguez, award winning Deputy Editor of The Crime Report, one of the nation's leading comprehensive news services based at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York. Join Spencer and Vik and Izzy as they explore topics ranging from police misconduct to mass incarceration. The first of many conversations we hope to have with Izzy and The Crime Report! Don't miss it!

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Unincarcerated S02E05 - Karen Lee

    Unincarcerated S02E05 - Karen Lee

    On Season 2, Episode 5 of Unincarcerated the Podcast, we sit down with Karen Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Pioneer Human Services. Karen leads one of the nation’s largest nonprofit social-enterprise organizations in the United States. Under her leadership, Pioneer successfully operates several revenue-generating businesses that provide living wage jobs to mission-related employees and help fund its mission of empowering people who have been involved in the legal system to build healthy, productive lives. Headquartered in Seattle, Pioneer serves over 10,000 people a year through its diversion, treatment, housing and job training programs. Karen is also a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Listen now.

    • 53 min
    Unincarcerated S02E04 - Ginny Burton

    Unincarcerated S02E04 - Ginny Burton

    On Season 2 Episode 4 of Unincarcerated: The Podcast, we sit down with Ginny Burton, a a 49-year-old mother of three. She was born into a world of addiction, alcoholism, violence, crime, and prison. Despite her best efforts of becoming someone respectable, she followed in the footsteps of her parents. Her decisions landed her in jail, prison, psych wards, and the streets. After being arrested multiple times and serving 3 separate prison sentences, she finally made the decision to take control of her life in 2012.

    For the next nine years, she went back to work, earned scholarships, and returned to school to get a seat at the policy table to help people get what they need when incarcerated. In June of 2021 she graduated from the University of Washington Political Science Department, finishing nearly each quarter on the Dean’s or President’s list.

    Ginny’s remarkable story is sparking hope in many across the world, creating a belief that change is possible for anyone. Listen now!

    • 41 min
    Unincarcerated S2E03 - Quan Huynh

    Unincarcerated S2E03 - Quan Huynh

    On Season 2 Episode 3 of Unincarcerated: The Podcast, we sit down with Quan Huynh, the bestselling author of Sparrow in the Razor Wire: Finding Freedom from Within While Serving a Life . His book was written for men that are doing long or life term sentences, and in it, he shares how he found his freedom years before he was even paroled. He works as the senior post release program manager for Defy Ventures, a non profit helping those with a criminal past transform their lives through the journey of entrepreneurship. After spending twenty-two years in and out of correctional institutions, Quan was paroled from a life sentence in 2015 and created his first company six months later. The following year, he received the Peace Fellowship Award for his work with the Alternatives to Violence Project. Quan has been featured in Entrepreneur, PBS Newshour, Talks at Google, and numerous other publications and podcasts. Don't miss it.

    • 40 min

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