Article from the Courant

As an employee of Dwight Hall in his hometown of New Haven, Jeter works to urge people to re-examine how the state punishes lawbreakers, and what it does to those lawbreakers while they’re incarcerated.

“What better place to have an impact on,” he asks, “than the place I’ve already impacted — even if it wasn’t a positive one.”

Publication Date: 
Sunday, July 8, 2018

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