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NANCY MULLANE - DATE CHANGED to August 23
Once a murderer, always a murderer? Or can a murderer be redeemed? Award-winning journalist Nancy Mullane found herself facing these questions when she accepted an assignment to report on the exploding costs of incarceration. But the men she met behind the walls astonished her with their remorse, introspection, determination, and unshakable hope for freedom and forgiveness.
Life After Murder tell the story of five convicted murderers sentenced to life without the possibility of parole and follows their struggle for redemption, their legal battles to make good on the state’s promise of parole, and the lives they found after so many years in.
Nancy Mullane develops, reports, and produces feature stories for Public Radio International’s This American Life, National Public Radio, and the NPR affiliate KALW News-Crosscurrents in San Francisco. With the support of the Open Society Foundation, she is producing a two-hour, four-part, radio documentary telling the stories of men and women convicted of murder which will air nationally in 2012. In 2011, Nancy was the recipient of a National Edward R. Murrow Award.
This event is free to the public.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012 - 7:00pm
1010 El Camino Real
94025-4349 Menlo Parkus