This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. "Since when is the rape or assault of any human being something to laugh about? Anthony Wyatt, Graterford State Prison resident, talks about the public misperception that prison inmates are less-than-human and the dehumanizing prejudice toward convicted persons.
Graterford State Prison inmate
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Anthony Wyatt speaks at the TEDx in Prisons event at Graterford State Prison about how inmates...