Attica: The Bars That Bind Us
Attica: The Bars That Bind Us takes a unique look at the human costs of working and living in a large men’s maximum security prison. Director Teresa Miller, a law professor at The State University of New York at Buffalo, has spent the past 17 years studying, writing, teaching about and working within New York state prisons. With the help of local filmmakers and students, she has collected unprecedented interviews and rare footage that tell the compelling stories of incarcerated people and their family members, correctional officers, the warden, and the contemporary conditions at Attica prison in rural upstate New York.
ALBANY – Groups frustrated at the state’s unyielding attitude toward releasing some inmates has urged the Board of Parole to go further with new regulations meant to produce more favorable parole determinations. The proposed regulations would base inmate release decisions more on prospective risk to the public and less on the nature of the crime [...]Read More