Brant Choate

California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation

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Acting director of rehabilitative programs for the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation; former director of inmate educational programs at the LA County Sheriff’s Department

Brant Choate on KCRW

This year, both liberals and conservatives have agreed that it's time to end the "mass incarceration" produced by the "crackdown on crime" of 20 years ago.

Using Prison Education to Fight Recidivism in California

This year, both liberals and conservatives have agreed that it's time to end the "mass incarceration" produced by the "crackdown on crime" of 20 years ago.

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This year, both liberals and conservatives have agreed that it's time to end the "mass incarceration" produced by the "crackdown on crime" of 20 years ago.

Using Prison Education to Fight Recidivism in California

This year, both liberals and conservatives have agreed that it's time to end the "mass incarceration" produced by the "crackdown on crime" of 20 years ago.

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