Carceral State Interviews


BLUES REPORT Interviews Farmers Market, Federal Way Wa,

Host: Reco Bembry

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In this session, we have interviews with Law Makers, Community Advocates for Change, and BIPOC family members discussing impacts and solutions to address the harms done by the Carceral State. Incarceration, probation, police brutality, and inequity in the criminal justice system. The Carceral state cripples our BIPOC economy, removes the potential for great leadership, separates fathers, mothers, siblings, and erodes the traditional family structure. The carceral harm leaves in its wake additional pressure, and oppression for those left to defend our community’s dignity, values, and integrity. Listen to the Peoples speak.

Carceral State – Inequity

Source – VOA- Educational Purposes Only


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BLUES REPORT – The Introduction to a collection of digital storytelling, voices, interviews, learning shorts to illuminate The People’s Plan. Thanks to our community partners, contractors and community voices. BUILD206, Seattle Office of Civil Rights, Black Box Productions, Roger Evans , Elfalan It Consulting and voices like yours.

“No News Just BLUES”

Introduction “David Elfalan”- Opening to the BLUESREPORT – a collectionof digital storytelling, interviews, learning shorts, capturing the BLUES experienced by our community moment by moment. Daily mainstrem populations experience the NEWS Report , while daily we experience the BLUESREPORT. Check out our contributionto The Peoples Report. SpecialThanks to our supporters, BUILD206, ElfalanIT Consulting, Black Box Productions and community networks near you.


A collection of Voices from community about community. Here we will illuminate a collection of digital stories about the BLUES REPORTS of BIPOC communities experiencing the impacts of the Carceral State, “Incarceration, Policing, Probation and the Court system to name a few. Racism and Systematic Oppression is a significant part of our BLUES, 50% of incarcerated young men, Black and Brown Boys under 24 years old are 50% of the jail/prison population. Families decimated by the decisions of the courts, prison system and those hidden victims left behind such as children, parents, friends and community members. Lets talk about it podcast, digital story telling and more

See Mass Incarceration Video below