Introducing the first of the American Ethical Union Ethical Living Interview Series which features interviews of people who are engaged in Ethical Actions that benefit our communities, large and small. This video, Humanism in the Prison System, features Chris Kaman in conversation with Solomon Gibson III, both of the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle.
After EHST was instrumental in helping an inmate get a humanist group recognized in a North Carolina prison, Chris remained in contact and facilitated the financial and personal support needed. Another prisoner made contact and the Society has offered support in obtaining parole and giving help upon release. Chris reflects on his involvement with this criminal justice action and its meaning to him personally.
This post originally appeared at aeu.org.