Host a Screening – RIKERS – A Documentary Film
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Host a Screening

RIKERS: AN AMERICAN JAIL is a powerful catalyst to help people think about the human toll of of mass incarceration and the brutal conditions that persist in jails across the country.

WATCH RIKERS WITH YOUR GROUP

Dozens of universities, faith-based groups, professional and civic organizations are hosting screenings of RIKERS: AN AMERICAN JAIL to bring their students, congregations, members and stakeholders together to watch RIKERS as a group and discuss how to get involved.

Watch audience reactions to this event sponsored by Maryland Public Television at the University of Baltimore.

REQUEST A FREE RIKERS DVD

Contact Colby Kelly, Executive Director, Communications & Engagement: kellyc@publicsquaremedia.org to request a free RIKERS DVD and for help in planning a screening event.

DOWNLOAD A VIEWER GUIDE

Check out the two downloadable Viewer Guides available to support screening events for RIKERS: AN AMERICAN JAIL.

Download Event Resources

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JOIN THE THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE DISCUSSING RIKERS: AN AMERICAN JAIL

  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • San Francisco Commonwealth Club
  • Breaking Down Walls Conference, Philadelphia
  • The Vera Institute
  • NYC Bar Association
  • #CloseRikers Campaign
  • The Fortune Society
  • Children’s Defense Fund
  • NYU College of Global Public Health
  • Amnesty International, Columbia University Chapter
  • University of Arizona
  • Brennan Center for Justice
  • More Just NYC
  • Chicago Cultural Center
  • States of Incarceration, Skidmore College
  • Revolutionary Reelz Film Series
  • New School Center for NYC Affairs
  • Actors Gang Prison Project, LA
  • Writers Guild of America
  • Wesleyan College
  • CUNY Queensborough College