Meet Marc. He is one of the country’s leading voices and advocates for restoring humanity to the American criminal punishment system. He’s the Founder and President of the Frederick Douglass Project for Justice, a nonprofit that launched in 2020 and allows members of free society to connect with people in prisons to discover firsthand our common humanity and advocate for systemic change. As a professor at Georgetown University, his “Prisons and Punishment” course has become one of the most sought-after courses — co-taught with his childhood friend, Marty Tankleff, who was wrongfully imprisoned for almost 18 years. Students re-investigate likely wrongful conviction cases and create documentaries that suggest innocence and advocate for exonerations. Join us for this conversation that we hope will open your hearts to recognize the humanity in all of us.
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