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Decarcerated

Hosted by Marlon Peterson, Decarcerated highlights the journeys of success of people who has spent time in prison. In America there are over 70 million people with a criminal conviction. Decarcerated will tell you their stories of success.
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Dec 29, 2017

Lucinda Cross, known as the Chief Activator, is the CEO of Activate Worldwide,and founder of Activate Your Life 501c3. Born and raised in the Bronx, NY Lucinda eventually spent four years in federal prison for involvement in the drug game.  Since her release from prison in 2000, her span of influence has reached more than 30,000 Activate members globally, over 35,000 via social media and hundreds of thousands through her weekly radio features WNBM 103.9 FM NY. Lucinda is an accomplished best-selling author with 5 self-published books under her name. She is  the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from former President Barack Obama. She is a highly sought after International Speaker and Corporate Coach, crisscrossing the country weekly delivering her high impact, anticipated words of wisdom, self-discovery and strategy.

 

We talk about the Bronx a lot in this episode.

 

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Dec 15, 2017

Teresa Y. Hodge is Soros Justice Fellow, tech startup founder, serial entrepreneur, and is on a first name basis with music mega star, John Legend.  She also spent five years in federal prison beginning in her early 40’s. In this episode Teresa speaks about the way she “downsized” for prison, her relationship with her daughter, and she drops serious jewels about remaining relevant despite prison.

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Dec 8, 2017

Decarcerated went on the road to South Africa! We participated in the Global Prisons Conference held at the University of Johannesburg. While in JoBurg we sat down with Calvin Moyo, a young graphic designer and native of Zimbabwe, who spent two years in South Africa jails for a crime he didn’t commit.  

Special thanks to Ruth Hopkins and Simoniah Mashangoane of the Wits Justice Project at the University of Witswatersand.  The Wits Radio Academy was perfect!

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Dec 1, 2017

Johnny Perez is the Director of U.S. Prison Program for the National Religious Campaign Against Torture, a membership organization committed to ending U.S.-sponsored torture, and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. He is also a poet and fashion aficionado.  Johnny is someone who spent 13 years in prison—his entire 20’s.  In this episode, we traveled through Johnny’s old neighborhood in the Bronx, NY and spoke about his journey from Cuba as a child immigrant.  This conversation, as Johnny describes, “felt personal yet comfortable...more than past interviews.”

We think you’ll come away knowing Johnny in a more intimate way.  You will get to know the man behind the Washington Post and NY Times commentary.

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