July 10, 2022
In her new book, Corrections in Ink: A Memoir. Columnist and author Keri Blakinger offers some hope to those still in jails and prisons across the country and affirms as the fact that a life of meaning after prison is possible.
Blakinger’s is the story of a typical suburban childhood gone upside-down: from elite figure skater and Cornell dean’s list student to heroin addict and prisoner, and ultimately to an award-winning journalist writing about the criminal justice system.
Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by Keri Blakinger.