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New documentary ‘26.2 to Life’ tells story of inmates who joined a prison running club

Thousands of runners have been training for this Sunday’s New York City Marathon and one of them is representing a running club inside California’s San Quentin prison. The group is featured in the documentary “26.2 to Life” that is playing on the state’s prison TV network and for its parole board. Special correspondent Mike Cerre has the story for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

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