Sha is a filmmaker and entrepreneur from San Francisco. On August 24, 2018 Sha’s 27 year to life prison sentence for assault with a firearm was commuted by then Governor Jerry Brown and he was released from prison after serving more than 18 years. Since his release, Sha has founded Slow And Steady Media and is currently producing the documentary Growing Up Behind Bars as well as the podcast Convicts, Culture & Caucasian Women. Sha is also a Computer Science student at Berkeley City College. 

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How open source programming can offer opportunities after incarceration.