A documentary about the East Hill Singers, a prison choir at Lansing Correctional Facility in Kansas. Led by choir director Kirk Carson, the groupwhich consists of minimum-security inmates and community volunteersperforms throughout the state. The goal is to instill self-esteem, confidence and pride in the inmates, which should reduce recidivism.
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