Here I am | Eric Genuis | TEDxDonovanCorrectional

“Here I Am” is a song of love to Eric’s youngest daughter. Anastasia was born with Down’s Syndrome and a major defect in her heart. This precious little girl has an unlimited capacity to express affection and give love. This tribute highlights Eric’s devotion to this remarkable child. “The world is a better place when […]

Butterfly | Eric Genuis | TEDxDonovanCorrectional

“Butterfly” is a piece Eric composed for a friend whose only child died in a tragic car accident. He was broken. Eric’s desire was to compose music that gave hope in the midst of intense sorrow; that gave comfort to the unconsolable. “The world is a better place when people have hope. Within every person, […]

Mercy | Eric Genuis | TEDxDonovanCorrectional

While performing concerts in prisons and rehab centers, I have observed that mercy is often a forgotten attribute in our culture. People, particularly the downtrodden, are often marginalized and disregarded. Mercy can be the magnificent spark that ignites the process of restoration and reconciliation. This background informed Eric’s composition ‘Mercy’. “The world is a better […]

Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim reunites with family after release from North Korea

Hyeon Soo Lim’s son James speaks about his father’s return to Canada after more than two years in detention in North Korea To read more: »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: Find CBC News on Facebook: […]

Dalia Dippolito accused of plotting prison break by drone

Dippolito, convicted of trying to have her husband killed in a murder-for-hire plot, was allegedly recorded in a jailhouse phone call discussing an inmate’s escape after a drone delivered wire cutters.

For many women, trauma serves as a gateway to prison recidivism

Susan Burton, advocate for ending mass incarceration, talks about how the traumatic loss of her 5-year-old son, initiated a chain of events that led her back and forth to prison six times in a 16-year span.

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