Minnesota man goes from life in prison to political activist

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At 15 years old, Elizer Darris expected to die in prison.Now, after spending most of his adult life behind bars — he was convicted of second-degree murder — he uses his time to effect political change.The St. Cloud Times reports that Darris, 34, started his own business, Darris Consulting Group, and works to advocate for prison reform. Darris deals with topics ranging from racial disparities in prison to education, health services and voting rights...

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