A Brief But Spectacular take the narrative on violent crime

3m 25s

Keith Wattley is the founding executive director of UnCommon Law, a group that helps people who are serving life sentences navigate the parole process. He shares his Brief But Spectacular take on changing the narrative about people who commit violent crimes.

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