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After 26 years of federal prison, this guy now teaches at a University

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“An individual who wants to improve his quality of life inside an institution isn’t studying to advance his vocational skills or his educational program, he’s figuring out what gang he’s going to run with that’s going to increase his power base inside this environment. The person who gets the best job in prison or a single cell is the person who is most violent and that controls the most power in the underground economy. And that’s a flaw.” –Michael G. Santos

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Pretty amazing how he took his life experience and used it as an opportunity to teach incarcerated adults how to set goals.