This documentary by attorney Bryan Stevenson follows 30 years of his work on behalf of the poor, the incarcerated, and the condemned.
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This documentary by lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson explores the intersections of racism, poverty, enslavement, lynching, and mass incarceration against the backdrop of the U.S. legal system. Based on his own experience as an attorney as well as extensive interviews, Stevenson shows how the criminal justice system ensures that the rich and connected fare better than the poor and marginalized. In this way courts ensure that there will be an incarcerated underclass that serve as unpaid prison labor in a variety of capacities. Click the button above to watch the trailer as well as learn more about Stevenson himself.
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