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Life of the Law’s 

team of investigative journalists, audio producers, editors, and scholars work as partners in cities around the country to produce bi-weekly feature episodes —  investigative reports, in-studio discussions about all things law, and live storytelling.





Unfortunately, no library will have everything you need, including Drake.  Here are some helpful additional sources

New York Public Library 

With a digital NYPL card you get free access to the Library’s wide array of digital resources—including e-books, audiobooks, videos and more.

Using this online form, you can get a free digital library card, if you are 13 or older and live, work, attend school, or pay property taxes in New York State.

HathiTrust Digital Library

HathiTrust is a partnership of academic and research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.

SUNY libraries

We would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that, as a SUNY student, you are welcome to use any SUNY campus library. Unfortunately, at this time most libraries have COVID restrictions. 

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Podcast: Ear Hustle

Launched in 2017, Ear Hustle was the first podcast created and produced in a U.S. prison, featuring stories of the daily realities of life inside California’s San Quentin State Prison, shared by those living it.


Prison Radio Association

Established in 2006, the Prison Radio Association (PRA) is a British prison-based charity that operates National Prison Radio, a radio station which broadcasts programs made by and for inmates in over 100 prisons in the United Kingdom.  The PRA aim is to offer guidance and expertise to prisons interested in setting up and running their own radio projects.

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