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Mass Incarceration: Podcasts and Films

 

PODCASTS & FILMS

Find Films at the UF Libraries (Link to UF Video Catalog Search)

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Link to Kanopy Streaming Service

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Kanopy streaming can be accessed for free with UF log-in info

 

Related Podcasts

 

This 48-minute long episode from NPR's series Throughline traces the origins of mass incarceration in the United States, including the ways in which racism has shaped the nation's prison-industrial complex. 


The New Yorker Radio Hour, "What Would A World Without Prisons Be Like?" January 24, 2020

Beyond Prisons on Apple Podcasts

Justice in America, "Justice for the Rich, Money Bail" (link includes transcript)

Find a list of podcasts at The Marshall Project
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