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Jean Trounstine

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Marks Musing's- Ep. 27: Jean Trounstine

WCTV Podcasting

Mark interviews Jean Trounstine who is a local author and has written several books. Her latest is "Boy with a Knife" about a boy sentenced to life as a juvenile and his struggles with remorse and getting parole.

31mins

7 Jan 2020

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093: Jean Trounstine: Author of: Boy With A Knife: A Story of Murder, Remorse, and a Prisoner’s Fight for Justice

The Strong Women’s Club Women's Success Stories in Business and in Life

Jean Trounstine is an activist and author whose 6th book is Boy With A Knife: A Story of Murder, Remorse, and a Prisoner’s Fight for Justice (IG Publishing April, 2016). It explores the true crime story of Karter Kane Reed and the injustice of sentencing juveniles to adult prisons. Jean worked at Framingham Women’s Prison for ten years where she directed eight plays with prisoners. Her book about that work, Shakespeare Behind Bars: The Power of Drama in a Women’s Prison has been featured on NPR, and now on this program too! In addition, she has spoken around the world on women in prison, co-founded the women’s branch of Changing Lives Through Literature, an award-winning alternative sentencing program featured in The New York Times and on The Today Show, and co-authored two books about the program.

32mins

10 May 2017

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093: Jean Trounstine: Author of: Boy With A Knife: A Story of Murder, Remorse, and a Prisoner’s Fight for Justice

The Strong Women’s Club Women's Success Stories in Business and in Life

Jean Trounstine is an activist and author whose 6th book is Boy With A Knife: A Story of Murder, Remorse, and a Prisoner’s Fight for Justice (IG Publishing April, 2016). It explores the true crime story of Karter Kane Reed and the injustice of sentencing juveniles to adult prisons. Jean worked at Framingham Women’s Prison for ten years where she directed eight plays with prisoners. Her book about that work, Shakespeare Behind Bars: The Power of Drama in a Women’s Prison has been featured on NPR, and now on this program too! In addition, she has spoken around the world on women in prison, co-founded the women’s branch of Changing Lives Through Literature, an award-winning alternative sentencing program featured in The New York Times and on The Today Show, and co-authored two books about the program.

32mins

10 May 2017

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10-30-16 - Jean Trounstine

Sunday Morning Magazine

10-30-16 - Jean Trounstine by Warm1069

32mins

29 Oct 2016

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10-30-16 - Jean Trounstine

Sunday Morning Magazine

10-30-16 - Jean Trounstine by Warm1069

32mins

28 Oct 2016

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Liberal Fix Radio with Guest Jean Trounstine

Liberal Fix

Liberal Fix Radio with Guest Jean Trounstine

58mins

21 May 2016

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Talk Nation Radio: Jean Trounstine and Karter Reed on Murder, Juvenile Injustice, and Redemption

Irresistible Fiction

Talk Nation Radio: Jean Trounstine and Karter Reed on Murder, Juvenile Injustice, and Redemption Jean Trounstine is the author of Boy With a Knife: A Story of Murder, Remorse, and a Prisoner's Fight for Justice.Karter Reed is the subject of and the author of the Epilogue to the book. He was convicted of murder as a child in an adult court, and was sent to adult prison.Trounstine and Reed discuss Reed's story and U.S. policies on juvenile crime.Total run time: 29:00Host: David Swanson.Producer: David Swanson.Music by Duke Ellington.Download from LetsTryDemocracy or Archive.Pacifica stations can also download from Audioport.Syndicated by Pacifica Network.Please encourage your local radio stations to carry this program every week!

28mins

12 May 2016