Designed Conviction Podcast
Formerly Life of a Lifer the Podcast, Designed Conviction Podcast will continue to showcase great stories of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated, while also include more people an be more open to all the aspects of what Designed Conviction entails. Our network consists of: magazine, publishing, entertainment, podcast, and services.
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.
Life of a Lifer
This podcast tells the world about what happens to those serving long terms in prison. What happens to those serving life sentences without parole. How they got there, what they are doing there, and what motivates them to keep on living for a better tomorrow. “Life of a Lifer” talks of all these and many more information about inmates and ex-felons.
It is a show that gives the incarcerated a chance to show the world what they are doing with their lives. A chance to prove that they have been rehabilitated and deserve another shot in life. “Life of a Lifer” also lets ex-felons tell the world how they adapt to life outside the walls. The episodes strive to bring out what those serving long sentences, life sentences and ex-felons feel about life in general. What they think should be done to ensure the intended rehabilitation and what they do at a personal level to achieve reforms in their lives.
Life of A Lifer” podcast is hosted by Designed Conviction founder Taylor Tom, in conjunction with guest host: Cecilia Conley, Wife of a Lifer.
Taylor Tom Conley is serving a life without the possibility of parole sentences and opens his life up to give a unique perspective. One you may not hear about in the media.
The human perspective, not only from him, but he invites others to share their stories and experiences. This captivating and intriguing dialogue is sure to leave you with questions. So feel free to question and or comment.
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