"At this point I've probably been in more prisons than any other person alive. And from my point of view, I would say 80 percent of the people we put in prisons shouldn't be there."
Bo Lozoff, a teacher and singer who has visited more than eleven-hundred U.S. prisons, tries to uplift inmates by teaching that even while incaracerated, a person can become free. Not physically liberated while confined behind bars, but inwardly free -- by focusing on their true human potential. He's witnessed how people who've committed horrible crimes can truly change. Since the 1970s, this has been the vision of the Prison-Ashram Project that Bo founded with the author and teacher Ram Dass. More than eleven-hundred prison visits later, he still travels the United States reaching out to inmates.