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This episode is from my stop in Fargo, North Dakota. I reflect on a few discussions and meetings about various topics while in Fargo, including criminal justice reform and prisoner re-entry, privacy rights, volunteering, rural internet access, and historical preservation. You can find the episode wherever you listen to podcast or on YouTube.
Follow my Travels on Instagram: alextorpey. This episode was filmed/recorded while camping in Custer-Gallatin National Forest, Montana.
Prior to Fargo, I stopped near Cleveland, in Chicago, and camped at Lake Superior in Michigan. Following Fargo, I visited/camped in western North Dakota, TR National Park, and then moved into Montana, starting in Billings and then Custer-Gallatin Nation Forest.
Some additional links:
- ND’s Agriculture (I was close!)
- F5 Project:
- One example of a discussion on rape/sexual assault in prison:
- Courtroom incident:
- MHA Nation:
- Downtown Fargo:
- Custer Gallatin National Forest
- Moral Luck Overview: