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Rapper, criminal justice reform advocate, and co-chair of REFORM Alliance, Meek Mill has sparked a national debate. Dr. Oz shares his story, and the grim cycle of arrest, incarceration, and probation he’s battled. Listen to what Meek Mill has to say.
Rapper Meek Mill opens up about his life growing up, and shares why he’s using his voice to help the disadvantaged. How has eleven years on probation — and outrageously strict probation standards — altered his view of the criminal justice system?
Meek Mill recalls how navigating his way through a rough childhood gave him the resilience to get through his strict probation period and time in jail. After living through such difficult experiences, what does he hope for his son?
An illegal U-turn landed Nelson R. in prison for 90 days. Like Meek Mill, he was on parole for a prior offense. Founding partner and co-chair of REFORM Alliance, Michael Rubin, talks about their friendship and Mill’s unfair treatment by the system.
Founding partner and co-chair of REFORM Alliance, Michael Rubin, describes why what he witnessed in the courtroom during Meek Mill’s hearing pushed him to take action. Find out what Meek Mill hopes their foundation will accomplish.
Michael Rubin recalls a truth Meek Mill shared with him: There are two Americas. The proof? Dr. Oz highlights shocking statistics, including this one: Did you know that African Americans are incarcerated at five times the rate of Caucasian Americans?
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist John Carreyrou explains why he was skeptical of Elizabeth Holmes’ startup, Theranos. He tells how she spent a decade reinventing herself — did the persona she crafted help her con the tech world?
Dr. Oz zeros in on the story of Elizabeth Holmes and her startup, Theranos. He’s joined by investigative journalist John Carreyrou, who broke the scandalous story, and who tells us how she scammed the system and conned a federal investigator.
Sheri, a breast cancer survivor who took a Theranos blood test at her drugstore, shares why she used it to test her estrogen levels, and reveals the results that sent her reeling. Why did they lead her to believe she had a tumor, when she didn’t?
Dr. Oz shows us just how wrong Theranos’ promise really was — with a live demo. Jon R. Cohen, MD, the executive chairman of BioReference Laboratories, reveals how much blood you’d really need to perform 70 tests. (It’s a lot more than one drop!)
Meek Mill — hip-hop star and co-chair of REFORM Alliance — wants us all to learn from what he’s lived through. Find out why he believes everyone deserves a fair shot in life, and why he hopes his story will bring awareness to the system’s injustices.