Festival Films

Speakers

Antoinette Carter

Antoinette Carter was only a child when her mother was incarcerated. Antoinette wrestled with anger and frustration, as she struggled to understand why this was happening to her and not other children.

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Andi Mazingo

Andi Mazingo is a senior associate at ORRICK and a Racial Justice Fellow at ANWOL with seven years of experience practicing law. Andi is working to raise awareness of the racial disparity affecting family reunification.

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Stephanie Jeffcoat

For over 10 years Stephanie Jeffcoat found herself in and out of jail because of a drug addiction. After getting pregnant from a sexual assault, she grew more depressed and fell even harder into her addiction. She ended up homeless, sleeping in her car with no support and no one to help her.

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