Jessie Spector ’08 writes:
Come to a WesPREP showing of the movie Corrections, a one-hour documentary about the privatization of the prison industry.
“Corrections is a story of justice turned profit, where the ‘war on crime’ has found new investors: venture capital and for-profit prisons, a story of how private prisons have returned. It explores how prisons have fast become the accepted solution to unemployment and housing crises, crumbled schools and more, set within the scene of collapsed rural economies and the ‘urban decay’ of potentially expensive neighborhoods.”
Find out more about Corrections at correctionsproject.com.