For nearly two decades, filmmaker Katie Galloway has documented and exposed the flaws in our country’s criminal justice system, with investigative documentaries ranging from a trio of award-winning films for PBS’s Frontline — “Snitch,” “Requiem for Frank Lee Smith,” and “The Case for Innocence” — to the impact of the prison building boom on rural America in “Prison Town, USA.”
Galloway recently collaborated with The Marshall Project on a mini-documentary “Hot Chicken, Fair Chance,” which focuses on a Columbus, Ohio restaurant that practices “fair chance” hiring of formerly incarcerated men and women.
Read the story at BillMoyers.com and watch the mini-documentary below.
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