Aging Inside | Honoring the Legacy of Mujahid Farid

October 13, 2019

This episode aired originally in October 2015. Host Ronald Day, Associated VP of DRCPP, interviews Ashley Demyan, Research Associate at Vera Institute; and Mujahid Farid, Lead Organizer at Release Aging People in Prison (RAPP). The conversation focuses on the situation for those who have enter into their senior years while incarcerated. This show honors the legacy of Mujahid Farid, who died on Nov. 20, 2018 at his home in the Bronx.

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