Shaka Senghor spent nineteen years in prison for shooting and killing another man. See the eight books that taught him a powerful lesson on the inside: Your worst deeds do not define you.
In 1991, Shaka Senghor shot and killed a man, and spent 19 years in prison for his crime. He talks with neuroscientist Daniel Reisel about the challenge of rehabilitating in prison — and why it’s so important to restore people to society.
Three men were executed by lethal injection in the United States last week. Helen Walters argues that the death penalty is wrong — and a new philosophy of criminal justice is desperately needed.