A new short video produced by undergraduates in the Fall 2013 Video for Social Change course taught at the Center for Documentary Studies is a vivid portrayal of the devastating effects of laws, policies, and practices that push youth out of school and into the juvenile and criminal systems. An event on January 23 will feature a screening of North Carolina’s School-to-Prison Pipeline at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy followed by a panel discussion with community leaders and advocates. The documentary was produced in association with the new organization Youth Justice North Carolina (YJNC). The Video for Social Change course is taught by CDS artist-in-residence and award-winning documentary producer Bruce Orenstein.
Thursday, January 23, 7–8:30 p.m.
Sanford School of Public Policy, Room 04
201 Science Drive, Durham, North Carolina
Parking is available in the Science Drive lot as well as the Bryan Center Garage.
Past student documentaries from the Video for Social Change class include Your Voice, Their Money, on the effects of the Citizens United decision on state-level politics, and Forward Together, Not One Step Back, on the growing nationwide trend of potentially restrictive voting laws.
POSTED: 01/21/14 12:02 PM
CATEGORIES: Student Work • Undergraduate Student Work
TAGS: "Forward Together Not One Step Back" Film • "North Carolina's School-to-Prison Pipeline" Video • "Video for Social Change" Course • "Your Voice Their Money" Film • Bruce Orenstein • Sanford School of Public Policy • Undergraduate Courses • Undergraduate Student Work • Youth Justice North Carolina