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- Mitchell Willoughby, an inmate on death row at Kentucky State Penitentiary, describes how the Buddhist teachings offered by Robina Courtin and Liberation Prison Project have helped him give up blaming, accept his conditions, and live a meaningful life with compassion while in prison. Interview conducted by Kate Macdonald. Photographs and footage courtesy of Adam Maroney and the Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. Segment produced by Blue Yonder Media
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