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The resources below are meant to support your teaching about mass incarceration. We have seen congregations enjoy great success in moving hearts and minds with the combination of movie screening followed by panel discussions or conversations over a meal. We hope you’ll find each of these offerings helpful.

If you know of further curricula and are willing to share them, please email us at [email protected].

MILWAUKEE 53206

MILWAUKEE 53206 chronicles the harsh reality of those living in the zip code that incarcerates the highest proportion of African American men, up to 62%. Through the intimate stories of three 53206 residents, we witness the high toll that excessive sentencing and mass incarceration takes on individuals and families. Free screenings for the first 50 faith community requests! Click the button below for more information.

MILWAUKEE 53206

MILWAUKEE 53206 chronicles the harsh reality of those living in the zip code that incarcerates the highest proportion of African American men, up to 62%. Through the intimate stories of three 53206 residents, we witness the high toll that excessive sentencing and mass incarceration takes on individuals and families. Free screenings for the first 50 faith community requests! Click the button below for more information.

Faith in Action – Expungement

There is a growing national movement to help people who have had criminal justice involvement get their lives back on track through expungement, the legal process of clearing someone’s criminal record. Expungement policy varies widely from state to state. It often requires expensive legal assistance and court fees—putting it out of reach for millions of people who are legally entitled to this relief from the stigma of a criminal record.

Faith in Action – Expungement

There is a growing national movement to help people who have had criminal justice involvement get their lives back on track through expungement, the legal process of clearing someone’s criminal record. Expungement policy varies widely from state to state. It often requires expensive legal assistance and court fees—putting it out of reach for millions of people who are legally entitled to this relief from the stigma of a criminal record.

The Sentence

The Sentence, currently on HBO, explores the devastating consequences of mass incarceration and mandatory minimum drug sentencing through the story of Cindy Shank, a mother of three young children serving a 15-year sentence in federal prison for her tangential involvement in a Michigan drug ring years before.

The Sentence

The Sentence, currently on HBO, explores the devastating consequences of mass incarceration and mandatory minimum drug sentencing through the story of Cindy Shank, a mother of three young children serving a 15-year sentence in federal prison for her tangential involvement in a Michigan drug ring years before.

Other Teachable Resources

JustFaith Programs

EMI Toolkit

Criminal Justice Issues & Resources

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