Deborah Kobylt LIVE: People´s Pottery Project

Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with formerly incarcerated prisoners Susan Bustamante, Lauren Fuller, and People’s Pottery Project co-founder Molly Larkey about the artist-driven initiative whose mission is to empower formerly incarcerated women, trans, and nonbinary individuals and their
communities through the arts.

People’s Pottery Project put into practice the abolitionist principle of “Care Not Cages,” by centering the critical needs of people coming out of incarceration, most of whom are Black, Brown, or Indigenous, and many of whom identify as LGBTQI.
Please join us today on this special episode.

Deborah Kobylt Live: Sheryl Benko

Deborah Zara Kobylt talks with Sheryl Benko. Sheryl grew up in southern Colorado, graduating from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, with a B.A. in Communication. Her studies in film and television laid the foundation for a career in motion pictures, allowing her to work with some of the most esteemed filmmakers in the industry. Sheryl currently resides in Los Angeles, working as a Post Production

Supervisor. Her love of movies is also expressed through writing screenplays, and producing and directing short films. The Last of Will is her first novel.