Giantism: “It was through examining my own life that I realized that I hadn’t been living. I had been existing in a state that was based on other people’s arbitrarily imposed ideas of who I was.”
Shaka Senghor walked out of prison after 19 years determined to give a voice and humanity to the 2 million people incarcerated in the United States.
Since then he has published a book about his experience, given numerous speeches, and founded #BEYONDPRISONS, an organization that works as a platform to humanize criminal justice reform. His is a story of redemption; of rewriting your own story in the darkest hour.
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