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Lively and informative discussion advocating for rational reform of the sex offender registry.

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Meaghan is the co-founder and Executive Director of PERL. In 2003 at the age of sixteen, Meaghan was raped in Memphis. She reported her rape to law enforcement and submitted to a forensic exam, but law enforcement did not... more

On October 29th, 1999 David Lee Garlock, then 20 years old, was arrested for the murder of his abuser. During his 13.5 years in an Alabama prison David's trajectory changed, and he became focused on redemption and personal... more

In this episode, we interview the President of Florida Actiona Committee, Gail Colletta. From the Florida Action Committe website: The purpose of Florida Action Committee is to educate the media, our legislators and the public with the facts... more

Rachel Barkow, the author of "Prisoner of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration," explains how dangerous it is to base criminal justice policy on the whims of the electorate, which puts judges, sheriffs, and politicians in office.... more

Jason is on the registry in Connecticut for an offense he committed in 2008. He has spent the decade since his arrest working to make his criminal record a footnote, rather than the story that defines him. In addition to his employment... more

Lenore Skenazy was once dubbed, "America's Worst Mom" for letting her son ride the New York subway alone. In response, Skenazy founded the book and blog "Free-Range Kids," with the aim of "fighting the belief that our children are in... more

Nicolas (Nick) Dubin was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2004. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications from Oakland University, a Master's Degree in Learning Disabilities from the University of Detroit Mercy,... more

An interview with Daniel, recently released from incarceration and now a registrant. He tells us about his preparation for release, his efforts to find and keep a job upon release, and the lessons that he has taken away from his... more

Join us for an interview with Will Mingus, Ph.D. He is the Editor in Chief of LifeTimes Magazine, America's only quarterly print magazine for people facing the adversity of being on a registry. LifeTimes often publishes profiles of people on... more

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