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Just days after catching criminals on the streets of Machakos, Kenya, police officer Morris Kaberia found himself behind bars. Fellow inmates—some of whom he himself had put in prison—now ridiculed him as they passed by his cell. How had he ended up in this wretched place? And how could he get out? A curious law book, a persistent priest, and the nonprofit Justice Defenders became his tickets to freedom—and the reason he’s never left.


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“When I got to the death chambers, I was completely disoriented. I felt like, this is it.”

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Morris Kaberia


“Relaxing Acoustics” by Black Rhomb
“Too Smooth” by Mattijis Mueller
“Rhythm Roulette” by Reaktor Productions
“Little Joys” by Saint Park
“The Disappearance” by Emmett Cooke
“Shape” by Firefly Music
“Held Breath” by Liam Quinn
“Highly Strung” by Jack Pierce
“Travel Stories” by Immersive Music
“HighTide” by Firefly Music

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"Gavel - 1 strike with room reverb" by odditonic (https://freesound.org/s/187706/) licensed under CCBY 3.0
"Man walking indoors with leather" by bulbastre (https://freesound.org/s/126951/) licensed under CCBY 3.0
"Prison cell door open and close" by YleArkisto (https://freesound.org/s/434535/) licensed under CCBY 3.0
"Punching someone and dragging them away" by pfranzen (https://freesound.org/s/423216/) licensed under CCBY 3.0
"5 Bat Hits" by Slave2theLight (https://freesound.org/s/157021/) licensed under CCBY 3.0


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Episode 1.2: Menstrual Cups

Wadded up pieces of cloth, goatskin skirts, holes in the ground...these are period-management methods used by girls around the world who lack access to traditional period products. Carol Nakisiozi and Joanita Kajoba decided to do something about it. With the help of the nonprofit United Social Ventures, they created Femminae Uganda. Join us as we explore what menstrual cups and theology might have in common.