March 14th: Mothering Inside and Children of Incarcerated Parents

Posted: February 17, 2016 by admin in Uncategorized


Monday, March 14th 7-9pm

King’s Univeristy College: Joanne & Peter Kenny Theatre (266 Epworth Ave.)

The Prisoners’ Justice Film Festival and King’s University College at Western Presents: Mothering Inside by Brian Lindstrom and film distributor Dark Hollow Films. Partnership with Sociology/Criminology Deparment and co-sponspor by Social Justice and Peace Club.

The documentary takes place in Oregon, United States and focuses on The Family Preservation Project founded by Jessica Katz. The project provides family reunification and parent education which includes teaching innovative lifeskills and coping skills training for mothers who are in Coffee Creek Women’s Prison. Mothering Inside will be screened at Joanne and Peter Kenny Theatre at Kings University College. The venue is wheelchair accessible and childcare will be provided at the event. We welcome you to help support our fundraiser bake sale event for the Canadian organization F.E.A.T. that provides programs for children who have incarcerated parents. We will also have panel of speakers for a Q&A at the screening: the director Brian Lindstrom, Family Preservation Project founder, Jessica Katz, Skype interviews with two women in the film and F.E.A.T founders Derek and Jessica Reid.
To Watch the Trailer of Mothers Inside:

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