Posts Tagged ‘Mass Incarceration’

  • Victims Of Misfortune Documentary Film Image

    Victims of Misfortune – New Documentary Film Coming Soon

    April 17th, 2014 | Articles | admin | No Comments

    Victims of Misfortune is a feature-length, social change documentary that will give a historical and current look at America’s criminal justice system and the discriminatory policies that people with a criminal backgrounds face, post conviction/release. Victims Of Misfortune will also take a closer look at America’s system of indentured servitude putting the practice in proper [...]

    Read More

  • Photo Credit: Mark Bonifacio New York Daily News

    Federal Judge ruled NYPD’s “Stop and Frisk” Policy: ‘Unconstitutional’

    January 9th, 2013 | Articles | admin | No Comments

    New York City Police Department’s controversial “Stop and Frisk” policy was deemed unconstitutional by Manhattan Federal Court Judge Shira Scheindlin, who then ordered police to refrain from making trespass stops outside private residential buildings. Many people have been affected by this “Stop and Frisk” policy. There have been many protests and rallies by the citizens [...]

    Read More

  • Breaking the Taboo Documentary

    ‘Breaking The Taboo’-New Documentary Film on the War on Drugs [Video]

    December 11th, 2012 | Articles | admin | No Comments

    What will it take to end the ‘War on Drugs’? This question is being raised by political leaders, social activists, those convicted/addicted, their families and even celebrities. The War on Drugs has led to the incarceration of millions of Americans. We’ve discussed this issue many times in other articles, and finally a documentary to start [...]

    Read More

  • TheThrowaways-documentary-film

    The Throwaways- A Documentary Film by Filmmaker Ira McKinley

    November 1st, 2012 | Articles | admin | No Comments

    We came across this remarkable story surfing the internet, and after speaking with filmmaker Ira McKinley, we decided to share his amazing story with our viewers. The following is via THE THROWAWAYS tells the story of homeless filmmaker and activist Ira McKinley, documenting his quest to shed light on the struggle of people living [...]

    Read More

  • killer-mike-reagan-official-video

    Killer Mike- ‘Reagan’ Official Music Video- Hip Hop NC

    October 5th, 2012 | Articles, Hip Hop Music Videos | admin | No Comments

    Hip Hop NC- Killer Mike releases the visuals for his track ‘Reagan’. The political R.A.P. Music track gets a political animated video directed by Daniel Garcia and Harry Teitelman. Killer Mike’s R.A.P. Music, the entire project, from the album to the videos has proven to be one of 2012′s Best!!! While much of the country [...]

    Read More

  • North Carolina Department of Correction

    North Carolina Department of Corrections: Is Rehabilitation Fact or Fiction?

    August 9th, 2012 | Articles | admin | No Comments

    The following article was written by Commander In Chief Levon “Vandem P” Hinton: People currently incarcerated in the North Carolina Department of Correction aren’t being rehabilitated in the manner that is helpful for the citizens of this state. In the state of North Carolina there are currently 38,389 people incarcerated; 100,045 People on Probation; [...]

    Read More