Jeannie Alexander, Co-founder and Director of No Exceptions Prison Collective, talks about the narrative of security that keeps many from living free.
Jeannie Alexander is the Co-founder and Director of No Exceptions Prison Collective.
Use these questions for individual reflection or for a group discussion about Jeannie Alexander's video, "They Myth of Security."
Take what you learned from Jeannie Alexander's "The Myth of Security" and spend more time thinking about mass incarceration. Use these questions for your own reflection or use them for a group conversation. Learn, Reflect, Grow.
These informative videos offer a clear perspective on mass incarceration in the U.S. Share them on social media or with your friends to educate others about this issue.
Mass incarceration is a complex issue. Below, we've compiled videos that can help you begin to address these complexities. Not only do they offer a clear perspective on mass incarceration with background information, but they also approach the issue from different angles.
From the The Atlantice Monthly and narrated by a sociologist, this video shows the history of mass incarceration in the U.S. and where our justice policies are leading the nation.
Created by the Equal Justice Initiative, this video discusses the link between our current mass incarceration problem and the institution of slavery in the U.S.
In this informative video, the Vlogbrothers give an overview of mass incarceration in the U.S., including a helpful explanation of the justice system.
Best-selling author Ta-Nehesi Coates speaks about how our culture's understanding of black criminality affects the incarceration of the black population.