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THE MARCH @50

Episode 4 | Freedom

  • Aired: 09/16/2013
  • 08:02:00
  • Rating: NR
Since the 1963 March black male incarceration has become a growth industry. The crime rates trend downward, yet incarceration continues to rise. How can citizens be considered free when behind bars in unprecedented numbers? Shukree seeks answers from Becky Pettit, professor of sociology at the University of Washington, and then takes these questions to his own family.
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How can citizens be considered "free" when incarceration rates are at historic highs?
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