MinneCulture – Free In My Mind: Surviving Incarceration Through Music

MinneCulture – Free In My Mind: Surviving Incarceration Through Music

Two Minnesota musicians, Amanda Weber and Natalie Pollard, are starting what is thought to be the first re-entry choir in the U.S.

Pollard shares the ways music sustained her in prison and connected her with Weber. KFAI’s Anna Stitt reports. Listen below.

Music by Natalie Pollard and the Voices of Hope Choir at the Shakopee state women’s prison. Image: “Concertina Wire & Tower” by Steve Snodgrass is licensed under CC BY 2.0. “Sonata Music” by jrossol is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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