Join us at a free event Tuesday: Re-Entry Film Festival will feature “They Call Us Monsters” documentary

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Re-Entry Film Festival Featuring: “They Call Us Monsters”

A Re-Entry Film Festival and Panel discussion featuring the documentary: “They Call Us Monsters”. This film explores the dynamics of the criminal justice system in which juveniles are treated like adults and held in adult prisons, sometimes for life.

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More info: A Re-Entry Film Festival and panel discussion featuring the documentary: “They Call Us Monsters”. This film explores the dynamics of the criminal justice system in which juveniles are treated like adults and held in adult prisons, sometimes for life. The panel discussion will feature expert criminologists, community activists and formerly incarcerated juvenile lifers who will share their experiences, insights and solutions for addressing this horrible practice. The Reentry Project’s Editor, Jean Friedman-Rudovsky, will also participate in the panel.

DATE AND TIME: Tue, June 20, 2017, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM EDT

LOCATION: The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Event organizers: Frontline Dads, Inc. / Black Male Engagement (BMe) / TCRC

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