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"It's Criminal" chronicles a ten-week Dartmouth College class that brings together women from Dartmouth with women in prison to write and stage a play (Courtesy: It's Criminal).
"It's Criminal" chronicles a ten-week Dartmouth College class that brings together women from Dartmouth with women in prison to write and stage a play (Courtesy: It's Criminal).

The documentary film "It's Criminal" chronicles a 10-week Dartmouth College class that brings together women from Dartmouth with women in prison to write and stage a play within the walls of the Sullivan County Department of Corrections in Unity, New Hampshire.

The class asks all of the women to confront uncomfortable truths around issues of privilege, poverty,and injustice.

"It's Criminal" screens free tonight at 7 p.m. at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline. More information about the screening can be found online

Guests

Signe Taylor, documentary film maker  and director of "It's Criminal."

Charlotte Gunderson, an industrial supervisor at a home improvement plant in New Hampshire. She was formerly incarcerated at Sullivan County Department of Corrections.

This segment aired on March 5, 2018.

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