In this blog, you’ll see inspiring stories like the one from Taylor. Stories from people that put all their heart in helping the desinfranchised. Stories of rehabilitated people, those seen as lost souls in the eyes of many.
Life of a lifer become a top rated among prison related podcasts. It brings a fresh perspective giving a voice to the disenfranchised. The show also talks about and features many projects that Taylor Conley and Designed conviction work on. Including art, music, and much more, such as the free Taylor project.
As the story continues, Life of a Lifer becomes filled with more stories of change. Voices you would otherwise never have a chance to hear from.
Life of a lifer is also represented as an animation of the podcast based on the character of Taylor Conley. It is also closely linked to the free Taylor project.
Life of a Lifer the podcast was started back in 2019 as a project between Taylor and I (Cecilia). It started as a dream, when we were just starting #DesignedConviction. It's been an honor putting out the show, and we have learned a lot and have enjoyed every...
Cecilia brings this great interview of a wrongly convicted man who helps the elderly during Covid 19. Antwann Johnson has served more than 20 years out of life without parole sentence in the state of Missouri.
In 1986 young Karen Brown, who had no criminal priors, became an accomplice to murder in an unfortunate violent crime that should never have happened.
My name is Jose Armendariz. I am a 30-year-old Mexican and Salvadoran-American man. I have been incarcerated since the age of 16. At 16, I was tried as an adult and sentenced to 80 years to life.
Lucy Copp hosts a podcast called Life on the Outside. She is giving these men and women a way to share their journey with us. Where they have been and where they are going.
Jolyn provides emotional counseling for families of people who have been accused of a crime or are currently incarcerated
Imagine being 15 years old, making mistakes that teens do; a mistake that did not harm someone. Now imagine spending the next 47 years in jail for those mistakes you made at 15. That is Torie Chrisholm’s story.
Covid-19 in prison has spread like wildfire behind those walls and fences. Social distancing and quarantine are quite a bit harder to manage in facilities where thousands of men and women are housed together in cages
Jose Lugo is a former L.A. gang member who served a four-year prison term for robbery. Growing up in a dysfunctional home, Jose was able to find more love on the streets with his friends and the camaraderie they brought than he had growing up.
The Animated Series
Taylor may be in prison but we turned him into a cartoon! You got to check this out on our YouTube channel. Just click the button