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Unlocked: The Power of Arts in Prison

Unlocked captures the unsparingly honest stories of formerly incarcerated men and women who participated in RTA’s prison arts program. The film offers a different model for criminal justice, emphasizing life skills that lead to success after prison.

Accompanying Unlocked are ten additional videos that introduce us to more RTA alumni stories. Hear more at unlockedvoices.org.

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