A stage reading at Michigan State University and the Universalist Unitarian Church of Greater Lansing, with students, faculty and members of the community (October 15 & 18, 2015).
In the early 1970s, Maurice Henry Carter was wrongfully convicted of shooting a Benton Harbor, MI, policeman, and sentenced to life in prison. Nearly 20 years later, an unlikely ally would join his fight for freedom -- Doug Tjapkes, a former journalist and church organ salesman. Together, the two would fight to secure Carter's freedom, forging an unlikely friendship -- and brotherhood -- along the way.
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