Come be in an intimate conversation with Keri Blakinger, an investigative reporter for The Marshall Project and the author of the Corrections in Ink, which traces her life from figure skating to heroin addiction to prison to journalism. Arrested in December 2010 for possession of drugs, Blakinger spent two and a half years in prison, and upon release worked for a number of news outlets including the Houston Chronicle before joining The Marshall Project in 2019, where her reporting has led to substantive reforms.


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