Podcast: MTIP client Kelly Worthan reflects on first semester of college from prison

Montana Innocence Project client Kelly Worthan has been wrongfully convicted for nearly two decades. Last fall, he and three other incarcerated people at Montana State Prison were accepted from a pool of about 75 applicants to get a four-year degree from Montana State University in Billings. In today’s episode, Kelly talks about the barriers for incarcerated college students and how this new journey has impacted his wrongful incarceration experience.

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