In Jon Miller and Zach Russo’s “The Interview,” formerly incarcerated people describe what it’s like to attempt to convince a group of strangers that they are more than the worst thing they ever did. The filmmakers give us a glimpse into the struggles of those battling the New York parole commission.
Following the screening, the panel will dive into a discussion with the protagonists, Tracey Bowe, Anthony Dixon, and Mark Shervington, and attorneys from the Center for Constitutional Rights on the continued fight to dismantle the criminal legal system and in particular, the parole system in New York State.
Anthony Dixon, Director of Community Engagement, Parole Preparation Project
Mark Shervington, Statewide Advocacy Associate, Release Aging People in Prison (RAPP) Campaign
Tracey Bowe, The Interview, Protagonist
Moderated by Elsa Maria Mota, Bertha Justice Fellow, Center for Constitutional Rights
*For the promotion of safety for our community and staff, we ask that all attendees provide proof of vaccination and wear masks throughout the evening.
** ASL interpretation will be provided for this event.
For those who are unable to join us in person, you can still be a part of the conversation. The film is available for viewing online and a recording of the talk-back will be made available on CCR and RAPP social channels. English and Spanish transcription will be provided for the recording of the panel.