The Bridge at Main and The Reentry Council of San Francisco present:
Visions of Justice is a film series exploring themes of reentry, juvenile and criminal justice
Each film will be followed by an interactive panel/audience discussion.
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Koret Auditorium, Main Library, Lower Level
Thursday, June 4
Crime After Crime
This documentary tells the dramatic story of the legal battle to free
Debbie Peagler, an incarcerated survivor of domestic violence. She was
wrongly convicted of the murder of her abusive boyfriend, and sentenced
to 25 years to life in prison.
Wednesday, July 15
Set in the Mission area of San Francisco, this fi lm introduces a criminal
and juvenile justice advocate and former teenage mother who spent many
years in and out of jail, before co-founding a community group with the
goal of helping at-risk youth avoid her mistakes.
Wednesday, August 19
Road to Return
The story of a black ex-bank robber and a white college professor who
unite to create the nation’s leading aftercare program, helping ex-cons
return not to crime but to society as productive citizens.
Tuesday, September 8
A personal exploration of the devastating impact of police brutality and
mass incarceration on the black community told through the eyes of
formerly incarcerated activist filmmaker Ira McKinley.
Source: The Re-Entry Council San Francisco, May 19th