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My Dad’s Prison Release Changed My Views for This Election

My Dad’s Prison Release Changed My Views for This Election

11.02.20
11.02.20

After 27 years, Kharon Benson’s father was released from prison after a frustrating and complicated parole process. Now, ahead of the election, Kharon investigates some of the flaws in the criminal justice system and what the candidates will do about it if they win.

Kharon Benson is part of a collaboration between YR Media and WNYC’s Radio Rookies called 18-to-29 Now: Young America Speaks Up. It’s an election project that brings together young adults (18-to-29) from around the country to document their lives and what’s at stake for them in 2020.

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