The Sun Does Shine
Anthony Ray Hinton discusses his wrongful imprisonment, spending nearly 30 years on death row before being released in 2015. He is interviewed by Bryan Stevenson.
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Anthony Ray Hinton Author
Jake Reiss Owner Alabama Booksmith
Bryan A. Stevenson Founder and Executive Director Equal Justice Initiative (Montgomery, AL)
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