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Public defenders have often gotten a less-than-honorable wrap when it comes to providing services for those who need it the most. In this week’s episode, Brendon Woods, Alameda County’s first Black Chief Public Defender, challenges that bad reputation as he shares his passion and advocacy for the liberation of victims of mass incarceration. Brendon talks about how he is leveraging his position to fight against systemic injustice in the legal system. Tune in to hear the changes he is making in the community.

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