Till I, Survivor

Darrell Jones on Freedom After 32 Years Behind Bars

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Avsnittet publicerades: 5/14/2019

In December 2017, Darrell "Diamond" Jones took his first breath as a free man in 32 years. In 1985, he was convicted of a crime he says he didn't commit. He could have pled guilty for a shorter sentence, but he refused to confess guilt for something he knows he didn't do. We talked to him about surviving a dangerous prison and committing his life to making sure other innocent men end up in jail like he did. LINKS! You wouldn't be hearing Darrell's story without reporting from WBUR and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting. Learn more about Not In My Name. Support this show by supporting our sponsors! Don't forget to tune into The Hot Zone on National Geographic on May 27th.

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Women get assaulted. Women get attacked. Women get harassed, manipulated, intimidated, but women are survivors. Time and time again, she persists, even against all odds. Hosts Jenna Brister and Wagatwe Wanjuki share their stories, and those of the men and women who fought back, who won, and who live rising above the trauma of their experiences.