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John Legend se deu por missão transformar o sistema penal dos Estados Unidos. Por meio de sua campanha Free America, ele está encorajando a reabilitação e a cura em prisões, cadeias e centros de detenção norte-americanos, e dando esperança àqueles que querem ter uma vida melhor depois de cumprirem sua pena. Tendo por prelúdio as palavras de James Cavitt, um detento do presídio estadual de San Quentin, Legend nos brinda com sua versão despojada da canção “Redemption Song", de Bob Marley…

John Legend se deu por missão transformar o sistema penal dos Estados Unidos. Por meio de sua campanha Free America, ele está encorajando a reabilitação e a cura em prisões, cadeias e centros de detenção norte-americanos, e dando esperança àqueles que querem ter uma vida melhor depois de cumprirem sua pena. Tendo por prelúdio as palavras de James Cavitt, um detento do presídio estadual de San Quentin, Legend nos brinda com sua versão despojada da canção “Redemption Song", de Bob Marley…

♫ NEW photos of Johnny Cash performing for the prisoners at San Quentin Prison on February 24, 1969, San Quentin, CALIFORNIA. This was nearly one year after he performed his most famous concert at Folsom Prison for the inmates there ♫

Exclusive: New Photos of Johnny Cash at San Quentin Prison

♫ NEW photos of Johnny Cash performing for the prisoners at San Quentin Prison on February 24, 1969, San Quentin, CALIFORNIA. This was nearly one year after he performed his most famous concert at Folsom Prison for the inmates there ♫

Ear Hustle: Prison podcast tells of life in San Quentin  Recorded in the historic San Quentin State Prison, the new Ear Hustle podcast paints a human image of life in lockup.

Ear Hustle: Prison podcast tells of life in San Quentin Recorded in the historic San Quentin State Prison, the new Ear Hustle podcast paints a human image of life in lockup.

Property of San Quentin State Prison.

Property of San Quentin State Prison.

J. Cole Meets San Quentin State Prison Inmates

J. Cole Meets San Quentin State Prison Inmates

“Female inmates of San Quentin State Prison and their very fine hats. 1/?. ”

“Female inmates of San Quentin State Prison and their very fine hats. 1/?. ”

Metallica preforming at San Quentin State Prison, 2003. (I don't like Metallica...but this is pretty cool)

Metallica preforming at San Quentin State Prison, 2003. (I don't like Metallica...but this is pretty cool)

Buckminster Fuller Gives a Lecture About Semantics at San Quentin State Prison (1959)

Buckminster Fuller Gives a Lecture About Semantics at San Quentin State Prison (1959)

San Quentin State Prison * http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Facilities_Locator/SQ.html

San Quentin State Prison * http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Facilities_Locator/SQ.html

Scott Lee Peterson (born October 24, 1972) is an American convicted of murdering his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son in Modesto, California, in 2002. Peterson's arrest and subsequent trial received significant American news media coverage until 2005, when he was sentenced to death by lethal injection. He remains on death row in San Quentin State Prison while his case is on appeal to the Supreme Court of California. He maintains his innocence.

Scott Lee Peterson (born October 24, 1972) is an American convicted of murdering his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son in Modesto, California, in 2002. Peterson's arrest and subsequent trial received significant American news media coverage until 2005, when he was sentenced to death by lethal injection. He remains on death row in San Quentin State Prison while his case is on appeal to the Supreme Court of California. He maintains his innocence.

Female inmates of San Quentin State Prison and their very fine hats.

Female inmates of San Quentin State Prison and their very fine hats.

Administrative segregation prisoners take part in a group therapy session at San Quentin

A rare look inside San Quentin state prison

Administrative segregation prisoners take part in a group therapy session at San Quentin

Manuel Pina Babbitt - U.S. Marine veteran of the Vietnam War who was convicted of the murder of a 78-year-old woman, Leah Schendel, during a burglary in Sacramento, California in 1980.[1] He was executed by the state of California by lethal injection at San Quentin State Prison, one day after his 50th birthday.[1] The murder was committed during a string of robberies and burglaries and the day after the murder Babbitt committed at least one sexual assault.

Manuel Pina Babbitt - U.S. Marine veteran of the Vietnam War who was convicted of the murder of a 78-year-old woman, Leah Schendel, during a burglary in Sacramento, California in 1980.[1] He was executed by the state of California by lethal injection at San Quentin State Prison, one day after his 50th birthday.[1] The murder was committed during a string of robberies and burglaries and the day after the murder Babbitt committed at least one sexual assault.

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