Mosby-Williams Interviews Kemba Smith Pradia on Next Show

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Join "Unflappable Today" host Carolyn Mosby-Williams as she interviews Kemba Smith Pradia. Smith Pradia's story garnered national attention in 1994 when she was sentenced to 24.5 years in federal prison. Smith Pradia gained her freedom after serving 6.5 years when former President Bill Clinton granted her clemency in December 2000. Her story begins when after graduating from high school in 1989 and entering college Kemba got involved with a drug dealer who was a major figure in a crack cocaine ring, drawing her in the middle of his life with physical, mental and emotional abuse. Today, Smith Pradia is a wife, mother, advocate, soon to be author and subject of a movie about her life. Join 'Unflappable Today" as we hear her amazing story and how she is using her experience to help others. Her story has been featured on CNN, Nightline, CourtTV, The Early Morning Show and numerous national print publications. For more information on Kemba, visit www.kembasmithfoundation.org
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