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SC inmates given chance to record bedtime stories thanks to donors

Last updated July 7, 2022

By Tina Underwood, Contributing Writer

A Father’s Voice was created in 2016 by a cohort of The Riley Institute’s Diversity Leaders Initiative, and it continues to make an impact on the lives of incarcerated parents and their children. The project allows for inmates on good behavior to tell a story using a recordable book, which is then sent to their children. Bryan Stirling, director of the South Carolina Department of Corrections and a Riley Institute DLI Fellow, spoke to WYFF News 4 about the project.

Last updated July 7, 2022
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