Film Screening: The Long Shadow of Incarceration's Stigma

Presented by the Students for Criminal Justice Reform (SCJR)

Please join SCJR for a screening of the documentary short film "The Long Shadow of Incarceration's Stigma.

The United States imprisons more people than any other nation in the world. An estimated 700,000 people are released from prison in the United States every year. Where do they all go? How do they find employment, housing, education and reunite with their families? Photographers Jessica Dimmock, Ashley Gilbertson, Ron Haviv and Ed Kashi teamed with Supervising Producer Kimberly Soenen and Think Outside the Cell to produce a multimedia documentary short film about the experience of reentry and the stigma formerly incarcerated persons endure while reentering society after release from prison in the United States. Learn more at www.EndTheStigmaFilmSeries.com.

A Q&A session will follow the film with:

Sheila Rule, Executive Director and Founder of Think Outside the Cell Foundation

Yolanda Johnson-Peterkin, Women’s Prison Association

Ismael Cedeno, Fortune Society and The National Reentry Resource Center

Marlon Peterson, Associate Director, Crown Heights Community Mediation Center, Center for Court Innovation