1. Jobs Not Jails


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    April 26 Rally at the state house There are 10,000 new prison units set to be built in MA over the next decade. Our prisons are not overcrowded, they are overpopulated. $2.5 billion dollars for jobs not jails. Learn more about the campaign at jobsnotjails.org | #jobsnotjails Video by peacewalks www.peacewalks.wordpress.com

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    • Prison Industrial Complex PSA


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      Project for Animation 4 Done in collaboration with Berklee College of Music

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      • No Knife


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        Kyle explains why he never used a knife when he attempted suicide while in prison.

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        • Naked Guy


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          Kyle shares a story from his time in California Youth Authority.

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          • Punching the Wall


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            Kyle describes how he would train his body in order to survive while in prison.

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            • Fate and Destiny: A Road Less Traveled Finalized Trailer


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              Trailer for the 8 minute long documentary "Fate and Destiny: A Road Less Traveled." This documentary tells the story of ex-prisoner Kyle Miller.

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              • Breaking Silences


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                Trailer for Breaking Silences: A Supplemental Video to NO!™ The Rape Documentary, which features selected in-depth excerpts from the thirty plus hours of footage that didn't make it into the award winning, internationally acclaimed NO!™ The Rape Documentary. Produced and directed by Aishah Shahidah Simmons, This comprehensive video is compartmentalized into five individual segments, which feature compelling messages from women and men violence prevention advocates/activists and riveting testimonials from women who are multiple survivors of sexual violence. http://notherapedocumentary.org/breaking-silences-ending-sexual-assault-documentary

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                • 2014-01-23 22:30:11


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                  This video is about 2014-01-23 22:30:11

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                  • 23 Reasons Why 23 Years is Enough


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                    23 Reasons Why 23 Years is Enough shows why Pascual Carpenter, one of seven young men convicted of Felony-Murder in the 1990 New York City subway death of Utah tourist Brian Watkins, should be free. Carpenter, an unarmed lookout for a spur-of-the-moment robbery gone horribly wrong, has been incarcerated for 23 years and is up for clemency in New York State. For more information on the case visit http://www.pascualcarpenter.wordpress.com http://www.23ReasonsFilm.com

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                    • Behind the Bars Panel Excerpt


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                      A panel discussion about Deep Dish TV's latest program exploring the prison industrial complex, Behind the Bars was organized and videotaped at New York University in November 2009. An edited version of this discussion is also included on this compelling and historic collection. The Panelists Odell Winfield is a former inmate at Comstock State Prison, paroled in 1997. Since his release he has dedicated his energy to educating and assisting former inmates in their transition, especially by working with Inmates College Advisory Program (ICAP). Since 2001 he has been the co-director of the Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library in Poughkeepsie, NY. Pilar Maschi is the Membership and Leadership Development Director for Critical Resistance . A former prisoner and single mother living in the South Bronx, she has founded a political education program and drug recovery center for women and their children. David F. Greenberg is a Professor of Sociology at New York University and author of several books and articles dealing with crime, criminal justice and law. He was a founder of Chicago Connections, a prisoner and ex-prisoner support group. He is currently a member of Democratic Socialists of America. Thomas Poole was the executive director of Deep Dish TV from 1997-2002. He has been an artist in residence at the Wexner Center at Ohio State University, Scribe Video Center in Philadelphia, and Hallwalls Media Center in Buffalo. HE has worked on several award-winning series including "Positive: Life with H.I.V.," "Signal to Noise," "Slam Nation" and "Not Channel Zero." Chino Hardin works with the Institute for Juvenile Justice Reform and Alternatives, a project of the Center for NuLeadership at Medgar Evers College. Raised in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, he has over eight years of experience organizing around issues related to youth incarceration, gang violence and the prison industrial complex.

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