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"Conviction" -- new film explores why prisons need reform from the inside out. Image: Nance Ackerman and Ariella Pahlke. Used with permission.
Face2Face | Nance Ackerman and Ariella Pahlke invite us to consider a different kind of society that better supports the most vulnerable, particularly women in prison.
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Victoria Fenner | David Kattenburg has visited Israeli occupied Palestine for many years documenting the challenges, struggles and strength of its people. Some highlights from his explorations in June and early July.
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KK Watson
Lynn Thompson | Meeting new friends through the improv healing workshop on Kauai evolves into an improv conversation with Keoni Watson.
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Mapping segregation: New York 2015
Redeye Collective | Black poverty rates are double those of whites. One in three Black men has a felony record. U.S. cities are deeply segregated. Police killings have their roots in the system, says Paul Street.
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Image: Flickr/jmiller291
J. Baglow | Adam Capay, a young Indigenous man, has been kept in solitary confinement for four years without trial. He has been driven to the brink of mental illness. The minister in charge says, "Tough."
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Gilad Cohen | Angel Cordero spent 13 years in prison for a crime that another man confessed to. He talks to us about coming home, rebuilding his life, and his ongoing fight for justice.
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Redeye Collective | Advocates say that Canada's practice of detaining refugees indefinitely runs counter to both international law and the Charter of Rights of Freedoms. They're calling for a 90-day limit.
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Being Queer is Not Illegal - GVIWatch.wordpress.com
Dan Kellar | A summary of the "Being Queer is Not Illegal" campaign at the Federal Jail in Kitchener, and wrongfully convicted GVI prisoner Nyki Kish reads one of her new blog posts.
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Meghan Murphy | Once again the issue of prisoners' right to pornography is up for debate; this time in Canada.
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Photo: Tings Chak with permission
Megan Devlin | New reports citing indefinite detention, unfair review processes and a mounting death toll among detainees in custody reveal the dark world of immigration detention in Canada.
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Redeye Collective | As the economy of the U.S. continues to stagnate, the banks have escaped scot free and the poor are targeted. Karen Dolan is author of a new report about the criminalization of poverty.
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Redeye Collective | The number of crimes in Canada that are subject to mandatory minimum sentencing is growing exponentially. Civil liberties lawyers argue that mandatory minimums are both ineffective and unjust.