Grace Gamez, now working as a program associate at the American Friends Service Committee, is heading up a multi-media project featuring prison survivors and providing them with a forum to tell their stories. Reframing Justice uses photo essays, interviews, and video to tell these stories in multiple dimensions using multiple lenses.
The first video features present the story of Kini, a mother struggling with the impact of drug addiction and her criminal record and SacRac. This first installment also includes Reframing Justice's first photo essay, What No One Wants To Hear, which is the title of a poem given to the story's subject, Michele Keller, during her incarceration at Marana State Prison.
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