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Dec 24, 2019

Steffeny "Stet" Frazier was arrested in 1994 for distribution
of crack cocaine and sentenced to life in prison in 1995 as a
first time nonviolent offender that had never been in trouble.

He was willing to pay the price and took responsibility
for his crimes. He also created programs in prison to help
himself and other prisoners.

After 25 years in prison, Stet was given another chance at life under President Trump's first step act.

Stet shares how President Obama's action kept him and other African Americans in prison and President Trump fought for him and others serving life behind bars that had been forgotten.

Listen as Stet details his journey, what he's being doing since he's been out, why he's in jeopardy of going back to prison, and how you can help him and others that are still in prison for life.