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  • Mass Incarceration Selection

    Mass Incarceration Selection 

    This study guide was written by 2014 intern, Laura Brickman and discussion questions by 2015 intern, Danielle Garcia. The guide aims to assist students with the understanding of mass incarceration in the United States and should be used to accompany the Prison by Numbers playlist.

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  • Private Prisons Selection

    Private Prisons 

    This study guide was written by 2014 intern, Laura Brickman and designed by 2015 intern Kiki Gibson. The guide aims to assist students with the understanding of the private prison system in the United States and should be used to accompany the Prison Profiteers playlist.

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  • Short Films Selection

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    Short Films Selection 

    This Short Films Selection includes films about veteran's affairs, mass incarceration, student debt, and inequality. This is a sample of the many short films that will be a part of the Educators program over the next few months. 

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  • Get Your Resources

    Watching a documentary in class can provide a shared experience for students and also offer a different lens through which to analyze a topic.

    To use a film and facilitation guide in your classroom, please follow these steps:

    1. Sign up using the form below. You may select more than one film to use in your classroom.
    2. You will receive an e-mail with 1) a link to download your guide and 2) instructions on how to receive a copy of the film.
    3. Print out the guide you would like to use.
    4. After using the guide, fill out the post-class survey so you can share feedback on how we can improve our program!

    If you do not receive an e-mail within 48 hours of registering, please e-mail us at educators@bravenewfilms.org.

    Please select the films you wish to screen below: