Tomor... Drug Policy Alliance “Tomorrow is the big da... “In the last thirty years, prison spending i... Just 5 days left to pledge! RT @EugeneJarecki: Honored. Two women investigate a pattern of illegal sterilizations in women’s prisons and battle the Department of Corrections. Here are some concrete ideas we should pursue to truly treat drug use as a health issue.”, “Eliminate cash bail. NEW YORKERS: You’ve helped us get closer than ever to finally passing medical marijuana in New York. RT @ggreenwald: NYT Editorial on the evils of the US prison state: life sentences for nonviolent offenders http://t.co/jOeluPDkAQ, RT @TonyNewmanDPA: Excited to see my letter in the NY Times!! The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York documented widespread abuse and neglect of teenagers in the jail’s adolescent unit. Episode Three: The House We Live In (1:00:51) NARRATOR: It is all around us. @DrugWarMovie showed us why. To learn more, join their live Facebook Q&A today at 4:20 PM EST on facebook.com/nytimes, Almost all Americans agree that the failed war on drugs must end. Last week, presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders introduced the Justice Is Not for Sale Act, which would ban government contracts with private prisons. Help end the War on Drugs and inform others about this guide! Watch in the UK, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Cape Verde, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Japan, Luxembourg, Mozambique, Namibia, Poland , Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Uganda and, Zimbabwe: http://dogwoof.org/UVam5F RT @BlanksSlate: And, btw, if you haven’t seen @DrugWarMovie , please do so. A day In The Life Of One Of The Aussie Lobster Men! It does not work. It does not work.... RT @SarahKSilverman: End the drug war. Recorded live at the Manchester Apollo in 2009, comedian Jason Manford is guaranteed to get you laughing with his smash-hit show Off On Tour We Go. Watch 9Life live stream TV from Channel 9. Last month, Browder hung himself. This is huge news. A new study says that legal medical marijuana is more likely to reduce crime, rather than increase crime as its opponents contend. November 15, 2014. Afghan and Iraqi interpreters risked their lives aiding American troops and are now in danger unless they emigrate. Meeropol had liberal views of America and mixed feelings about the glories of To learn more and watch the… These scenes are excerpted from California Newsreel’s acclaimed three-part documentary series, Race-The Power of an Illusion. @JohnLegend we agree! If I get out on parole and mess up again, I won’t be able to be there for him.”, “It is time to end the ‘war on drugs’ and massively redirect resources towards effective evidence-based policies underpinned by rigorous economic analysis. We hear from the dealers, mothers grieving, the narcotics officers, senators, those locked up and even from a federal judge. Louisiana has 429 prisoners serving life sentences for nonviolent crimes, the highest number of any state; 91 percent of them are black.” – The Daily Beast, “According to a new study from the Pew Charitable Trusts, illegal-drug use has risen, as has the number of inmates in federal prison on drug charges (a topic of the documentary “The House I Live In”). Tide turning,but political folly still maddening…how many d…, An interesting way to explain the war on drugs. Most Americans favor legalizing marijuana, but most in the GOP do not. The episode focuses on the ways institutions and policies advantage some groups at the expense of others. Few prisons in the U.S. offer individuals higher education face-to-face. Watch the Video: http://t.co/uV4EaPfq2r, then tell Congress to ACT:… http://t.co/WIp9pLtAZi. The story includes a companion video introducing the documentary film “Criminal: One Family’s Story” by Craft Media, We need real drug education based on scientific research, not fear-mongering propaganda. A call to national conscience, the activist documentary “The House I Live In” is persuasively urgent. RT @hill_georgina: Wars are supposed to end: @EugeneJarecki on moving the drug war into its next phase http://t.co/7SiLVqmJsB @guardian, RT @Prison_Health: As Marijuana Economy Takes Off, Let’s Not Forget US Drug War Casualties http://t.co/LMJ0qyBRAJ RT @EugeneJarecki http://…, RT @ThinkingKlearly: As the marijuana economy takes off, let’s not forget the casualties of the US war on drugs | Eugene Jareki http://t.co…, The House I Live in is now available on iTunes in nearly 30 countries! “Politicians, police officials and community leaders around the country get on TV and appear baffled by the “senseless” violence. The world’s biggest drug kingpin, ‘El ... RT @OSCboston: The House I Live In (@DrugWarMovie)... Police are addicts too in the war on drugs– ... “Gov. #BlackLi... Crucial article by Aljazeera English: “The c... Democracy Now! RT @princetonSPEAR: Students at our conference described this convo w. Eugene Jarecki and Chris Hedges as “life-changing.” https://t.co/WCm…. Our friend gabriel sayegh from Drug Policy Alliance gives a great TED X Talk breaking down the war on drugs and how we can shift to a compassion-based, public health approach for the 21st century. His boss said, “You start locking their kids up…before you know it, they’re going to shut us down, and there goes your overtime.” Record and instantly share video messages from your browser. We spoke in Park City, Utah, at the Sundance headquarters. See it here: http://www.britdocimpactaward.org/files/thehouseilivein.pdf, CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR THE HOUSE I LIVE IN TO WIN THE NETFLIX HI5 AWARD #NetflixHI5 #BRITDOCImpact, If you will be driving through the Nevada desert between Las Vegas and Los Angeles any time soon, check out this billboard announcing our new BRITDOC IMPACT AWARD! Please watch ... RT @robertgreenwald: @EugeneJarecki important and... RT @rustyrockets: End the daft drug war. Selflessly, With Eugene Jarecki, David Simon, Shanequa Benitez, William Julius Wilson. RT @SentencingProj: RT @DrugWarMovie Just Say NO�... RT @JusticeColumbia: JUST SAY NO …to the War... RT @TonyNewmanDPA: No More Drug War! The House I Live in documentary. Fear of criminal prose... RT @DrugPolicyNews: Flag on the Play: Why the #Sto... RT @davidjb1988: Re-watching The House I Live In. #NoMoreDrugWar, “The current research reinforces previous conclusions that student drug testing is a relatively ineffective drug-prevention policy.”. The House I Live In team congratulates Eugene Jare... RT @DrugPolicyNews: . Violence is the currency in an underground economic system that we as a society have created.” – The Baltimore Sun. RT @EugeneJarecki: Just arrived at at @nantucketproj- Excited to interview @wikileaks Julian Assange- AS A HOLOGRAM! Unfortunately, this headline is a reminder that there is still a long road to travel before we truly end the failed, unjust, draconian war on drugs. Know your enemy. Prominent and violent kingpins and enforcers from Wershe’s day in Detroit have long since been freed. Very happy to share this #BRITDOCIMPACT award with... “As part of the National Defense Authorizati... RT @dogwoof: . End the hypocrisy! It is not based on science. With 3 more years to go, can dismantling the drug war and ending mass incarceration be this President’s “defining legacy” ? RT @IndependentLens: Watch John Oliver Demand an End to Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Laws feat. Watch it in Australia and New Zealand: http://dogwoof.org/1AU04Ur Ta-Nehisi Coates explores the impact of mass incarceration on the black family in his next Atlantic cover story. John Oliver discussed mandatory minimum sentencing on this past Sunday’s episode and featured our coverage of Kevin Ott’s story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=17&v=pDVmldTurqk, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver’s topic was mandatory minimum sentencing last night and featured The House I Live In’s coverage of Kevin Ott’s story. Others don’t. The pilot site for Paper City – Stop the School to Prison Pipeline is now live in partnership with Teaching Tolerance! Ineffective and destructive. Come to Milan! Top Documentary Films. RT @THR: “We are with you, we see you, we love you, and march on.” – John Legend’s #Oscars2015 speech http://t.co/vQ2rijDhti http://t.co/hr…, Common and John Legend brought tears to the audience with this speech after winning the Oscar for Best Original Song, “Federal nonviolent drug trafficking prosecutions fell by 6 percent in 2014 to an all-time low, according to new data.”, “Women are currently the fastest growing segment of the U.S. prison population…Two-thirds of these women are serving time for nonviolent offenses and more than three-quarters are mothers.”, Executive director of Drug Policy Alliance Ethan Nadelmann recently gave an amazing TED Talk and it has been viewed nearly 1 million times! Check out this hilarious clip from The Daily Show ... RT @DrugPolicyNews: NY’ers! He invited VICE along to film the historic event for part of our new documentary, Fixing the System, which investigates America’s broken criminal justice system.” – VICE, RT @DrugPolicyOrg: Pope Francis UN Speech: Drug War ‘Threatens The Credibility Of Our Institutions’ [VIDEO] http://t.co/ZZgTMklh5F #PopeFra…. Russell Simmons and Global Grind tell us to JUST SAY NO…to the War on Drugs. Watch the Video http://t.co/DpqPYteVld Then tell Congress to ACT http://t.co/xWM5Zhf4…, RT @DrugPolicyNews: New Yorkers: Have you called Gov. Hair: curly, straight, blond, or dark. Cuomo’s Bold Step on Prison Education” by the NYT Editorial Board, RT @REACTtoFILM: How much do you know about #doc “The House I Live In”? Keep speaking your truth. “f you missed this article last week, please read and pass it on. 1) he acknowledged marijuana is no more dangerous to a person’s health than alcohol Tomorrow, Washington D.C. lawmakers will vote on the most comprehensive marijuana decriminalization legislation in America. AG Holder announces new treatment initiatives for combating heroin abuse. RT @DPA_NY: BREAKING: de Blasio to drop appeal on Scheindlin stop-and-frisk ruling http://t.co/dkHdmsxfHf @changethenypd, Human Rights Watch declares in their annual report: “drug criminalization is inherently incompatible with human rights.”. #SmarterSe…, RT @substancedotcom: The Drug-War “Beast” Is Vulnerable, Says Award-Winning Director Eugene Jarecki @DrugWarMovie http://t.co/mrRmFxKNvY, Have you sent a letter to Congress urging them to support the Smarter Sentencing Act? The Coming Pandemic. Above, we have listed the best and safe best free movie websites that allow us to watch and download the movie. Stepping onto the advocacy stage in 2012 after producing the documentary “The House I Live In”, John Legend visited U.S. prisons, Portugal, and launched #FREEAMERICA, a multi-year culture campaign to change the national conversation about our country’s “indecent” and “unconscionable” policies and transform America’s criminal justice system. This Friday 4/15 at the U.N. a screening and panel discussion RT @johnlegend: Happy to see Cory Booker and Rand Paul working together to rein in the excesses of the War on Drugs. In "The House I Live In," director Eugene Jarecki ("Why We Fight") gives a historical overview of America's War on Drugs and weaves unforgettable personal stories with groundbreaking commentary from a "who's who" of the leading proponents and opponents in this tragic and unending crisis. Please note this is a free event – beware of fake links asking you to subscribe or pay to watch. Support the Smarter Sentencing Act and tell Congress to Just Say NO…to the War on Drugs: http://www.thehouseilivein.org/advocate, California AG Kamala D. Harris writes about how her state is leading the way for prison reform; “We are at a seminal moment in time for criminal justice policy — not just in California, but across the nation” #SmarterSentencing, RT @MorganSpurlock: Just Say NO to the War on Drugs! Shared from Michelle Alexander who says, “…the ugly racial reality here is that our nation has divested from education and job creation in poor communities of color and massively invested in a penal system unprecedented in world history”. With Ruth Wilson, Paula Prentiss, Bob Balaban, Lucy Boynton. “According to the Institute on Women and Criminal Justice (IWCJ), one of the leading national policy centers quantitatively and qualitatively researching women in prison, the population of women in U.S. prisons grew by over 800% between 1977 and 2007–nearly twice the rate as men in that same timespan.”, The ACLU just filed suit in Arizona to defend the constitutional right to due process: https://www.aclu.org/…/aclu-challenges-civil-asset-forfeitu…. Rebroadcast to be announced soon. Period. Awesome page. Top Documentary Films. “, NYPD officer is cleared of all charges despite being ruled a homicide by New York City Medical Examiners. The House I Live In Year 2012 Genre Documentary IDMB rating 7.9 (5148 votes) Netflix rating 4.0 Metacritics rating 77.0 Rotten Tomatoes rating 94.0% Directors Eugene Jarecki Actors Shanequa Benitez, William Julius Wilson, Nannie Jeter, Dennis Whidbee, Betty Chism, David Simon, Mark W. Bennett, Joe Biden, Michelle Alexander, Eugene Jarecki Another #BanTheBox victory in New York! Please watch the video and then tell Congress to JUST SAY NO…TO THE WAR ON DRUGS!! Check out this amazing animated short by Global Commission on Drug Policy #NoMoreDrugWar, We are honored to announce that the Milano Film Festival will hold a retrospective of Eugene Jarecki’s career and work to date. The House We Live In. http://www.vanityfair.com/online/daily/2014/09/julian-assange-leaves-london-as-a-hologram-for-nantucket-project-appearance?mbid=social_twitter. 2 weeks remain to back Paper City – Stop the School to Prison Pipeline! RT @Becky_Jay6: The House I Live In is scarier than most horror films I watch #AmericasDrugWar #documentary, RT @V4CJR: Film The House I Live In @DrugWarMovie + discussion Pavillion Auditorium, Montpelier VT Tues Feb 4, 7pm http://t.co/OjrBfdCu9y. Read our blog about the win: http://t.co/Xp5fwxs1y0, RT @MediaFunders: Congrats #CP5 @kenBurns + @DrugWarMovie for @Peabody_Awards http://t.co/lV7nDGtUHc |Our CP5 talk on race, justice: http:/…, RT @Peabody_Awards: Independent Lens: The House I Live In http://t.co/hMJ9uwUBD7 (@PBS | @DrugWarMovie | @IndependentLens | @ITVSIndies) #P…. What Salon calls the ... RT @SilversideDE: Join us thus Wednesday at 6:00 f... RT @EugeneJarecki: Proud 2 help nearly 50k prisone... AMERICA JUST SAID NO! I am constantly amazed by how much credit progressives — especially black folks — are inclined to give President Obama for his “efforts” on criminal justice reform when so far (deep into his second term) what he has offered is good (even eloquent) rhetoric but little else. @JohnLegend we agree! If we want safer streets, we need to end the failed war on drugs. You should know better, Chuck Rosenberg. http://www.sanpatrignano.org/en, RT @BeckleyDrugs: JUST SAY NO…to the War on Drugs: A Eugene Jarecki Digital Short. htt…, Obama wants to stop the school-to-prison pipeline– let’s start by ending racist drug laws and zero tolerance policies which are criminalizing entire generations of underprivileged children. Great news for Massachusetts, as a series of reforms have been introduced that focus on drug treatment, rather than incarceration. “At least 3,500 Americans have been detained inside a Chicago police warehouse described by some of its arrestees as a secretive interrogation facility, newly uncovered records reveal. Just a few simple clicks can help to bring about reform #SmarterSentencing, RT @ashabandele: https://t.co/dSKhwgl93n #JustSayNoToTheWarOnDrugs @EugeneJarecki #DPAConversations, What is America Really Doing to End the Drug War? Watch the Video: http://t.co/910PBDXwmP Then tell Congress to ACT: http://t.co/SCONh4xlqR, RT @aloeblacc: War on Drugs? Hundreds of thousands have been deported for minor drug offenses. But the cause of the violence is not a mystery nor is it “senseless.” It is the logical and rational outcome of our public policy choices. Pope Francis’s visit to a Philadelphia prison this weekend will serve as a reminder of the heavy cost of today’s high incarceration levels for families, neighborhoods and states. The documentary portrays America as the world’s largest imprisoner of drug users. In fact, as this article demonstrates, Obama’s Justice Department has actually been fighting to keep tens of thousands of people in prison even though their sentences have been determined to be illegal. Congratulations to our Executive Producer John Legend for his Selma Movie Oscar Nomination. Yesterday Michael Botticelli, the U.S. drug czar, released a new blueprint for drug policy reform. Read, Sign and Share our Mom’s Bill of Rights: http://www.momsunited.net/billofrights.html. government will no longer seek to punish banks doing business with marijuana companies operating legally under state law. We are hoping Obama will give mention and support to the Smarter Sentencing Act in tonight’s State of the Union address. RT @indiewire: Danny Glover on the impact of documentary on public policy: http://t.co/nXLXGFAMk6 http://t.co/yYMvy36cEO, CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR THE HOUSE I LIVE IN TO WIN THE NETFLIX HI5 AWARD #NetflixHI5 #BRITDOCImpact This Election season is crucial for legalizing marijuana and ending the drug war”. Join millions who agree Drug War has failed http://t.co/6g0ZsO0yeK #SmarterSentencing, RT @EBONYMag: Just Say NO! Instead, it builds on decades of research demonstrating that while law enforcement should always remain a vital piece to protecting public safety, addiction is a brain disorder — one that can be prevented and treated, and from which people recover.” Is this a huge step in the right direction or just more rhetoric? They need to hear your voice! Hair: curly, straight, blond, or dark. RT @Nantucketproj: @EugeneJarecki @wikileaks Welcome! Thanks to Brave New Films: Justice for the video! It does not work. RT @Peabody_Awards: Official citation for #PeabodyWinner “Independent Lens: The House I Live In” http://t.co/aYLURo7YkF cc @DrugWarMovie @P…, Bobby: “It’s tough, it’s real tough. Help Vera Times fuel the #BlackLivesMatter Movement by supporting Paper City – Stop the School to Prison Pipeline the funds will go to 8 free CoINTEL trainings for youth organizations to facilitate The Help Increase the Peace Project. Over the last decade, the rate of female incarceration in Tennessee has jumped a whopping 47%—why? Big news in CO. Can this ruling set a precedent for the future? With every week that passes, more and more battles are fought and won against the drug war and mass incarceration. San Patrignano’s history is one of extraordinary innovation in the field of drug treatment and the larger quest to treat addiction with compassion and wisdom, rather than hysteria and destructive stupidity. RT @MotherJones: Yes, our courts shackle young children. Can’t see the animals on the live cams? Posted Mon Aug 03 16:30:00 AEST 2020 Mon Aug 03 16:30:00 AEST 2020. WATCH THIS http://t.co/YbptoRw7hJ. California recently announced that it will restrict the use of solitary confinement in its state prisons, and Washington state has already begun moving individuals out of solitary. Help to provide relief and end the needless suffering of thousands of sick New Yorkers… Please sign this petition to help pass medical marijuana in New York. http://t.co/…, Check out BRITDOC’s amazing analysis of the social impact of THE HOUSE I LIVE IN. Thank you and please share with all your friends! Great article supporting Proposition 2 in Alaska to legalize and regulate marijuana! Watch full seasons, web series, kids, new originals, hit movies, and the best local and international entertainment all in one place. Filmed in more than 20 states, THE HOUSE I LIVE IN captures heart-wrenching stories from individuals at all levels of America’s War on Drugs. Some platforms allow you to rent The House I Live In for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device. RT @VOCALNewYork: TONIGHT-Free screening THE HOUSE I LIVE IN by @DPA_NY ft.@KarimCamara @bknation @kevin_powell @VOCALNewYork @VOYCEinc htt…, RT @DPA_NY: 12/3 Screening and Panel THE HOUSE I LIVE IN hosted by @karimcamara @BKNation @Kevin_Powell @CANY_1844 Drug Policy Alliance – New York Office is hosting a 2-day event on the history and future of the war on drugs in New York. RT @mdixon93: Just watched “The House I Live In” – very interesting documentary on the war on drugs in America. Bit of fun for your Monday… https://t.co/wcPN3H…. In fact, ancestral groups are easily differentiated genetically, and small genetic differences can have substantial effects on appearance and behavior. Change the laws. “The federal government should repeal the ban on marijuana.” says the NEW YORK TIMES Editorial Board. The team behind The House I Live In has a new film... “In his N.A.A.C.P. If you’re a young man of color, you may see it as threatening.” — A piece on the indignities perpetrated by police drug searches, which seem “more like rape than law enforcement”. WATCH IT http://t.…. In 2014, global opium production increased and reached the second highest level since the 1930s. Proud to announce that the Havana Film Festival will hold a retrospective of Eugene Jarecki’s films, culminating with The House I Live In, December 4-14, 2014. A short video that breaks down the numbers on mass incarceration in America. The House I Live In takes on the 40-year history of the "War on Drugs," exploring in depth why it has been such a costly failure. As the Smarter Sentencing Act is being reviewed by a House committee, even more Republicans are joining in support of these much needed reforms. What Salon calls the “Drug war’s massive defeat” is underway, and if you sent a letter to the Sentencing Commission you played a part in helping 46,000 drug war prisoners and their families move closer to justice, potentially reducing their sentences by an average of 2 years each. Proposition 47, as it is called, would redefine thefts, forgery and other property crimes involving less than $950, and possession for personal use of drugs including heroin and cocaine, as misdemeanors — punishable by at most one year in a county jail, and often by probation and counseling. http://t.co/PUZsAYFzRj, Free screening of The House I Live In at The George Washington University on October 29th at 8PM. Alicia Keys took to Capitol Hill where she argued for criminal justice reform on behalf of families affected by mass incarceration. With this video, we are launching our biggest campaign to date – to tell Congress to pass the SMARTER SENTENCING ACT this month. Best video ever on why... RT @Sethrogen: End the drug war. True Crime . Thnx 2 everyone for sending letters to support #SmarterSentencing ht…, AMERICA JUST SAID NO! Parliamentary Business; Senators and Members; News & Events ; About Parliament; Visit Parliament. RT @completelynblue: Watched The House I Live In, a fantastic documentary about the US’ failed war on drugs. “If you’re a middle-class reader, you probably see the justice system as protective. We’re honored to be on this list with so many other amazing documentary films. RT @mikerobertson24: Just watched ‘The house I live in’ – easily one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen. I was always a good mother.” #drugwar #family #portrait #quote #prison Join millions who a... RT @ACLU: Just say no to the War on Drugs. RT @tommyrosen: Just Say NO…to the War on Drugs! Please join... RT @KBZeese: Just Say NO to the War on Drugs! We are so excited that our JUST SAY NO video and letter campaign played a role in ensuring Friday’s decision by the US Sentencing Commission to make recent reductions in drug sentencing retroactive.
L'occitane Shea Butter Ultra Rich Body Cream, Continental Engine Overhaul Cost, Cons Of Living Alone, What Does Lin Mean In Japanese, Royal Dansk Wafers Vanilla, Rotorua Weather 14 Day Forecast, Samsung Electric Range Troubleshooting, Nescafé Factory Shop, Harry Potter Train Puzzle, School Borders Clipart, Garmin Index Scale 2 Rumors,