To Do this Saturday: “The Long Shadow of Incarceration’s Stigma”
November 26, 2012 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography
Saturday, December 1
About the Film
A staggering 700,000 people are released from prison in the United States each year. When formerly incarcerated persons reenter society they often face discrimination when applying for employment, housing and higher education. Some formerly incarcerated people and are even denied the right to vote. What are the struggles? What are the stories? Who are these people? And how are they helping each other to succeed and thrive?
A panel discussion will follow the screening with:
VII PHOTOGRAPHERS: ASHLEY GILBERTSON and RON HAVIV
THINK OUTSIDE THE CELL FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: SHEILA RULE
FILM SUBJECTS: RONALD F. DAY AND MERCEDES SMITH
“The Long Shadow of Incarceration’s Stigma”
Francisco Fagan – Editor
Suggested donation: $7 Adult, $5 Student, Free for 18 and under.