Music Behind Bars: Faith Nolan

Musician and activist Faith Nolan has been going into prisons for the past 25 years and sharing music with prisoners.

One of her current initiatives involves doing music therapy workshops at the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay, Ontario.

Faith talks with Stark Raven about the music therapy work she does with women in prison and the importance of music on the inside.

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