Uncommon Vision: The Life and Times of John Howard Griffin, directed Morgan Atkinson
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, lecture by Michelle Alexander
NPR Report: “The Legacy and Future of Mass Incarceration” (Feb. 2013).
Jonathan Kozol is the National Book Award–winning author of Savage Inequalities, Death at an Early Age, The Shame of the Nation, and Amazing Grace. He has been working with children in inner-city schools for nearly fifty years. See also “Music and Art” for Chapter 3.
“The Calling of Delight,” interview with Krista Tippett
Over forty years, the War on Drugs has accounted for more than 45 million arrests, made America the world’s largest jailer, and damaged poor communities at home and abroad. A penetrating look inside America’s longest war and its profound human rights implications.
Commonweal magazine reviews “The House I Live In” here.
“4 Little Girls,” dir. Spike Lee (1997)
“Crash,” dir. Paul Haggis (Lions Gate, 2005), exposes intersecting racial tensions and the cumulative impulse toward violence in contemporary Los Angeles.
Archbishop Oscar Romero House, Regis University, Denver