Fri, Jan 22 | online

Since I Been Down - Movie Streaming from Social Justice Film Festival

In America’s backyard, communities held captive by policies targeting gangs and drugs sacrifice their youth for a false sense of justice, and safety.
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Time & Location

Jan 22, 12:00 PM
online

About the Event

In 1993, Washington State voters passed the three-strikes law and sent children considered irredeemable super-predators to prison for life without parole. Influenced by the national drug war frenzy, escalating crime, and gang activity, during the fear-based political policies of the 1980’s and ‘90’s, Tacoma, Washington sacrificed their most-vulnerable children.

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