Film Screening and Panel Discussion
February 16, 7-9pm
Sponsored by the UUCOC Social Justice Ministry

Documentaries on the incarceration of the mentally ill, including “How to Release a Prisoner” will be shown. A panel discussion on recidivism and rehabilitation will follow these short films.

Panel participants include:

• Prison Entrepreneurship Program’s Executive Administrator Natalie Baker, a graduate of the program

• NAACP’s Carmelita Pope-Freeman, President, Tri-Cities Unit; Retired Southwest Regional Director, U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service

• NAACP’s Teresa Cox, Tri-Cities Health Chair

Audience discussion will follow and input is encouraged.

What is PEP? Please visit their website for details.

This special event is part of a three-month focus on prison issues sponsored by the Social Justice Ministry. For more information about the film series, visit or visit us on Facebook.

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