YouTube Originals Premieres, “Trapped: Cash Bail In America”

YouTube Originals Launches New Documentary “Caught: Cash bail in America‘ which examines the growing movement to end bail’s inherent economic and racial inequalities, while highlighting the victims affected by an unjust system, the tireless campaigners fighting for criminal justice reform, and a lobby for the Bond industry committed to maintaining the status quo.

The documentary will be available for free streaming on October 12th only on Real Stories YouTube Channel Beginning at 7pm ET l 4pm PT with a live chat and discussion with the filmmakers and cast members.

Every year, millions of American men and women are jailed before they can even be convicted of a crime – all because they cannot afford to post bail. how did we get here “Captured: Cash Bail in America” sheds light on our deeply flawed criminal justice system and the activists working to reform it. Check out Trapped: Cash Bail in America below!

“Captive: Cash Bail in America” also puts a face to those forgotten behind bars and sheds light on the human impact on those in prison awaiting trial. The harsh impact this has on the defendants and their families is outlined through the story of a single mother who was separated from her children for a non-violent crime. As activism begins at the local level, a national conversation is slowly beginning to emerge to combat mass incarceration and free Americans who are unequally imprisoned.

Chris L Jenkins

“Captive: Cash Bail in America” is produced and written by Chris L Jenkins and directed and edited by Garret Hubbard. Nadine ZylstraLeader of the YouTube Originals Learning, Impact, and Kids & Families teams, and Jan Roth on the Learning and Impact development team overseeing the documentary. Malika Saada Saar serves as Global Head of Human Rights for YouTube.

The documentary joins YouTube’s global roster of new and returning projects dedicated to amplifying black voices. “Captive: Cash Bail in America” continues YouTube’s longstanding commitment to celebrating a broad and diverse range of perspectives on the platform. Other projects from the list include a documentary series by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors and a livestream special from HBCU Homecoming (Historically Black Colleges and Universities).

“Captive: Cash Bail in America” won the Social Impact Award at the A Show For A Change Film Festival and opens that too (In)justice for all film festivall on December 10, 2020.

About YouTube Originals: YouTube Originals are award-winning, creative, and engaging scripted and unscripted series and films about music, personality, and learning for fans around the world. YouTube Originals showcases both YouTube creators and Hollywood’s biggest stars, delivering an experience that only YouTube can deliver. Leveraging the platform’s growing global community, fan engagement product opportunities and innovative content mixed with groundbreaking live streaming specials, there really is something for everyone. Fans experience YouTube Original content through advertising-supported YouTube and YouTube Premium, a subscription service that provides access to YouTube Original series and movies, a streaming music platform, and an uninterrupted, ad-free experience across YouTube. YouTube Originals are available in almost 80 countries worldwide.

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