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- Prisoner phone interview, Ralph Ospalski, 2013
- Ralph Ospalski, an inmate serving 25 years to life at Kentucky State Penitentiary, describes how the Buddhist teachings offered by Robina Courtin and Liberation Prison Project have helped him accept responsibility, act instead of react, and feel empathy and compassion for others. Interview conducted by Kate Macdonald. Photographs and footage courtesy of Adam Maroney. Original music "Banks of Bug Creek by John William Carlson (2012). Segment produced by Blue Yonder Media
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