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Mon January 16, 2012
Teaching Michigan prisoners the art of meditation
You might remember the "Three Things" series we aired in 2010… we asked people from all walks of life what we could all do to help the state. We wanted to air some positive stories in a time when many in the state were facing economic hardship. In 2011, the series morphed into “What’s Working.” We highlighted various initiatives and projects that were trying to have a positive effect on the state...
Well, for 2012, we’re going to talk with people who are standing apart from the crowd, being and making the kind of change they want to see in the state. Throughout the year you’ll hear from people making waves and going against the grain. We’ll ask them why they’re working so hard on their projects, and try to see things from their perspective. This morning we speak with Reverend Sokuzan Robert Brown. He teaches meditation in Michigan prisons.
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