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Subject: Law and Criminal Justice

A Sentence Apart

A Sentence Apart

by Theo Rigby

The United States imprisons more people, per capita, than any country in the world - A Sentence Apart follows three families as they cope with the infinite ripple effects of incarceration in the U.S.

A Hard Straight

A Hard Straight

by Goro Toshima

Walking out of the prison gates is just the beginning

abUSed: The Postville Raid

abUSed: The Postville Raid

by Luis Argueta

The devastating effects of US immigration enforcement policies on children, families and communities.

Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement

Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement

by Peter Cohn

Three Cities, Three Departments, One Common Goal.

Every Mother's Son

Every Mother's Son

by Kelly Anderson & Tami Gold

Three women lose sons to police brutality and unite to fight for change

Foo-Foo Dust

Foo-Foo Dust

by Gina Levy and Eric Johnson

A Mother. A Son. Crack. Heroin. A Tale of Love and Addiction.

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Give Up Tomorrow

Give Up Tomorrow

by Marty Syjuco & Michael Collins

In a murder case that ends a country’s use of capital punishment but fails to free an innocent man, GIVE UP TOMORROW exposes a Kafkaesque world of corruption and injustice.

Granito

Granito

by Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates, Peter Kinoy

How to Nail a Dictator

Girl Trouble

Girl Trouble

by Lexi Leban & Lidia Szajko

Shot over a period of four years, Girl Trouble documents the compelling personal stories of three teenage girls entangled in San Francisco's failing juvenile justice system.

In Circles

In Circles

by Emile Bokaer

In just 15 minutes, 'In Circles' offers direct access to the experiences of convicted sex offenders, and to the incredible group that helps them reintegrate into society.

Kansas vs. Darwin

Kansas vs. Darwin

by Jeff Tamblyn

Darwin's theory of evolution is challenged by a Midwestern school board

The Lord Is Not On Trial Here Today

The Lord Is Not On Trial Here Today

by Jay Rosenstein

The Peabody Award-winning story of how separation of church and state began in American public schools, and the courageous woman who made it happen.

One Wedding and a Revolution

One Wedding and a Revolution

by Debra Chasnoff and Kate Stilley

The frantic planning inside city hall for the first gay marriage

Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America

Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America

by Peter Cohn

One Woman's Desperate Journey; a Revolution at a Crossroads

Puzzles

Puzzles

by Tami Gold & David Pavlosky

When Hate Came to Town  (Closed Captions on DVD)

Vietnam: The Secret Agent

Vietnam: The Secret Agent

by Jacki Ochs

The definitive exposé of the consequences of America's wartime use of Agent Orange in Vietnam

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War Don Don

War Don Don

by Rebecca Richman Cohen

Through the trial of a rebel leader in Sierra Leone, a nation faces its wartime past.  Now international justice is on trial for the world to see.

Women of Mystery

Women of Mystery

by Pamela Beere Briggs

Female detectives seek truth and justice

Writ Writer

Writ Writer

by Susanne Mason

How a self-taught Texas prisoner sparked historic prison reform.