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Pass The Mic- Interview with Bryan Stevenson

Jemar Tisby

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Bryan Stevenson is an award-winning lawyer, speaker, as well as the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, an organization based in Montgomery, Alabama, that is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in our society. EJI has helped to provide justice for over 125 wrongfully condemned death row prisoners.

He is the author of the powerful bestselling book Just Mercy and his latest project is the Memorial to Peace and Justice, also known as the National Lynching Memorial. It was an amazing privilege to have one of the greatest voices for truth and justice in our society today join us for this enlightening discussion. You can follow his work at Sit back and enjoy our conversation with Mr. Bryan Stevenson.

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2 thoughts on “Pass The Mic- Interview with Bryan Stevenson

  1. Louis Love

    This podcast was simply on point, riveting, explosive, humbling, soul-searching, convicting, etc. Everyone, I mean everyone needs to hear this. When I read Just Mercy, I told everyone I knew about Mr. Stevenson and his work.

    Thanks for your work, my brothers.

  2. Kedric Webster

    This was a great interview. I’m glad I was put on to the EJI through a talk given by Dr. Alicia Jackson at Covenant College Homecoming. I’ve also benefited by listening to the audio book of The Warmth of Other Suns.

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