THE RECALL: REFRAMED ends with a question it does not answer: “How can we imagine a form of justice that does not perpetuate the harms of mass incarceration?” Our outreach campaign is designed to facilitate conversations that pick up where the film leaves off.
We draw on the work of feminist, civil rights, and decarceral activists and thinkers and seek to introduce audiences to their work and lift up their message. Of course, there are no easy answers, but we hope to promote imaginative, cross-movement discussions to envision a world in which gender justice does not come at the expense of racial justice.
The materials below, along with the film, are designed to push us to both explore different ways that we can promote healing and genuine accountability, and also to examine how our current system fails to meet either of these ends.
Let us know that you’re interesting in HOSTING A SCREENING, check out Rebecca Richman Cohen’s director’s statement, and scroll down for resources and materials including: