Emile DeWeaver

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The Prison Reform Movement Must Center The Voices of Incarcerated People [OP-ED]

Emile DeWeaver is the co-founder of Prison Renaissance and has been incarcerated for 20 years. He discusses the influence of activist and author James Forman Jr. on his work, and the importance of centering the voices of incarcerated people in the prison reform movement.