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Every Friday, Collier shares his unique perspective on surviving true crime, overcoming trauma, and moving on. Collier has spent his life crafting a passionate and robust message of human resilience, hope, and personal triumph over adversity. He hopes this podcast serves as a kind of therapy and reconciliation for himself and his audience, who are processing betrayal and dark trauma in their lives.
In 1988 a 17 year old Native American boy’s first offense, all but ended his future. One juror away from the death penalty. He has been serving life without parole for 35 years. Listen to his, and other Native American stories.
Based on the book with the same title, author
Gabriele Schafer and her partner Nick talk about the 25-foot-tall replica of a Lakota tipi in New York City’s then longest-existing shantytown, known as “The Hill.”
In accompany with the NLG YouTube channel, friends Brice (Lids) and Jose (Spicy) discuss current game and entertainment news while playing games with friends.
A father, author of You See a Hero, I See a Human Being by David A. Robinson, ESQ, an ex Detroit Police Officer turned lawyer, who went against the Detroit Police Department, and his son discuss cases from new perspectives.