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Best designedconviction podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best designedconviction podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Life of a Lifer
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“Life of A Lifer” podcast hosted by Designed Conviction founder, Taylor Tom, in conjunction with guest interviewers like Leonna Brandao, who is the host of "Shedding Light" on Blog Talk Radio, and other guest interviewers. Taylor Tom Conley is serving a life without the possibility of parole sentence and opens his life up to give a unique perspective, one you may not hear about in the media. The human perspective, not only from him, but he invites others to share their stories and experience ...
 
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Taylor talks about a day in the life of a lifer and shares some exciting news, then Leonna Abraham Brandao, host for blog talk radio, interviews Austin Mays. In her own words:“There were multitudes of men and women in prison today who were under the age of 25 when making their one and only mistake in life, which brought them to prison and which ...…
 
Join us today for our interview with this remarkable artist! Thank you, Salty Candace, for this great interview Adrienne La Faye is a Painter, an Author, and filmmaker, and a Community Social Justice Art Educator focused on chronicling the African American diaspora.Seattle born and raised, a narrator compelled artistic-historian, a woman, an ac ...…
 
Leonna Brandao interviews Will Malicoat, contributor of Designed Conviction, who returns to talk about his plans after release and what he is doing to make a difference while inside!.Incarcerated individuals are making significant changes inside bars!. Will Malicoat is an excellent example!. Turn on this one to learn more!.https://www.designedc ...…
 
As Taylor would put it, prison could be a one time stop for some, the ultimate destination of life for others or like a revolving door to some with an in and out movement like it was for Caleb Twidwell at some point in his life. In this interview Taylor gets Caleb to tell his story that took a wrong turn at the age of 14. This took away social ...…
 
Today is time to hear what Kenneth Key. A man who is serving a life without parole sentence along with his son. He speaks of his struggles and what he is doing to change the lives of others. Go to his profile in here https://www.designedconviction.com/vip/_profiles/kenneth-m-keyVisit us at www.lifeofalifer.com…
 
Today we are releasing our interview with Derrick Aka Montana. A great example of change.A little bit more about Derrick, he is M.Th., CBATI, Founder and Executive Director of Convicted Ministries (convictedministries.org)"I was locked up as a kid more than 20 years ago, yet by God's grace I was able to earn a Master's Degree in Theology (Shalo ...…
 
Guest Host Leonna Leonna Abraham Brandao interviews Shakim BioShaKim Bio is a Street General in every sense……He refuses to fail and refuses to lose…..Even being buried alive in prison for the past 22 years , he still aims high with determination and drive to be successful.Incarcerated since Dec 1993, He cofounded Mikahs 7 Publishings in 2010 an ...…
 
Today we're joined here with George Powell III, also known as Niccolo revolution. It's been a long ride for him. This is a follow-up interview after his release. Eleven years later, he is finally out. An innocent man, wrongly convicted. Find out how is adapting to this new phase of his life, his thoughts, and his plans for the near future. Visi ...…
 
In this interview, Salty Candace talks with George Powell, a Texas man who at the time of this interview was still incarcerated in the Bell County Jail awaiting a new bond hearing. George was sentenced to 28 years for a string of 7-11 robberies that he insists he did not commit. His case was featured on a Netflix Original Series "Exhibit A" in ...…
 
In this episode, Taylor hosts Buzzy Martin, the “Gitar man” who shares a lot about himself and the amazing initiatives he is putting in place through music to keep kids out of prison as well as to give the incarcerated a voice. He tells how his passion for his quest started in California Community schools before he moved to San Quentin State Pr ...…
 
“Can I raise my kids from within the walls?” Jim’s talk with Candace gives a very extensive answer to this question. He talks of how his incarceration in 1999 put him 500 miles away from the six kids he had by then. He had to make a request to be moved closer to them but still that wasn't enough. He still felt like he needed to get involved mor ...…
 
In this interview, Taylor talks with Anddy about how he is coping with life after coming out of prison. Anddy shares his inspiring story of how he used his service time to recollect himself and prepare to rewrite his own story once he was out of prison. He came out to a world where he was homeless with his mother in a coma. He worked up from sk ...…
 
Leonna engages Paul in a very heart discussion about his life before incarceration to the present day. His story starts from a childhood of difficult upbringing due to parental separation. Bad influence from friends and limited parental guidance played some part to all the negativity he went through until he was incarcerated in 1999 at the age ...…
 
This talk is a special one in its own way as the guest, Josh from Green Light Studios, is the man behind giving life to the lyrics and tunes of the first two singles of Designed Conviction Entertainment: “Walk the Line” and “So Cold”. Taylor tells how he and Caleb Twidwell took the music to the studio and how they got to know Josh. Josh shares ...…
 
Taylor tells how it feels to serve a life sentence without the possibility of parole. He refers to this sentence as a sentence to die in prison, a death sentence. Making one mistake in your early youthful life and end up losing your name, to be identified with a number for the rest of your life. Listening to this dawns the reality of how most g ...…
 
This is a romantic story, so unique, that started in 2015 when Taylor created an online profile to make friends with the world outside. The first person to contact him was Cecilia who actually was in another relationship that was not working out so well, and so they were just exchanging letters and emails as friends. At some point, Taylor felt ...…
 
Leonna gives “Bill Never Never”’ an opportunity to share with the world his experience of 36 years of serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. Bill tells how he moved from enjoying an awesome childhood to prison. Something interesting to note about Bill’s Story is that his life sentence without the possibility of parole came w ...…
 
The founder of Designed Conviction tells the world about this wonderful social enterprise. He talks of Designed Conviction from its formation to the delivery of its awesome initiatives on making a difference in the lives of those incarcerated and those that were incarcerated at one point in their lives. It is a talk that will give you all the r ...…
 
Steve and Paul talk of the school to prison Pipeline. They discuss how the handling of some school incidences like expulsions sometimes play a part in taking away hope from people and end up leading them into prisons. It is an interesting talk as they not only discuss the problem but also talk of some interesting ideas that can be put in place ...…
 
This is a continuation of episode 14 where Leonna and Paul talk more about the rehabilitation of the inmates. They discuss how both the federal government and the government of various states involve themselves in the rehabilitation initiatives. They talk of the inadequate programs provided for the many inmates who are willing to take part in t ...…
 
If you have been following us, you must have noticed Leonna is always ready to help us interview many of our guests. But do you know why she does that? In this interview, Taylor gives Leonna a chance to share her thoughts and point of view on matters of incarceration and integration back into society after a long sentence. Her thoughts and acti ...…
 
Out of personal experience and findings from penologists, Taylor shares his in depth knowledge of effects of long term incarceration to the nation as a whole, not only to the incarcerated or ex-felons and their immediate families. This piece points out the psychological, physical and economical impacts that long term incarceration has on the so ...…
 
This is an interesting Interview between Taylor and Steve Bobo. Steve tells his story from “both sides of the coin” as he served both as a corrections officer and as an inmate. What he has to tell about these two point of views is something you want to hear. His experiences and lessons that he learned, how he got into prison and what he is doin ...…
 
Darren shares how he got himself serving a life sentence without parole at the age of 22. He tells Leonna how he made a mistake out of anger and being under the influence of alcohol that led him to the courts where he owned his bad choice and was given a life sentence. What he is doing in there is a lot of positive activities that depict all th ...…
 
No one ever knows what life has in store for them. Taylor tells how he ended up serving a life sentence without parole at 20 years of age. He talks of his difficult upbringing moving from mother’s care to harsh behavioral modification camps, to father’s care, the drugs and street life till ending up in prison for a crime he never committed. All ...…
 
Taylor is talking about what motivated him to do music, a journey he fully embarked on five years ago. But poetry and music has always been part of him even before then. When he first decided to do music his main aim was to create something special for his wife Celilia. Then he got the idea of using music to preach positivity even from within t ...…
 
Taylor tells how it feels to serve a life sentence without the possibility of parole. He refers to this sentence as a sentence to die in prison, a death sentence. Making one mistake in your early youthful life and end up losing your name, to be identified with a number for the rest of your life. Listening to this dawns the reality of how most g ...…
 
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