Chris Hedges: Caged: Life From Inside and Outside the US Prison System

Witness Against Torture: Captive Hands

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on May 12, 2018

In this 100th episode of “On Contact”, director Jerrell Henderson and playwright-actor Boris Franklin discuss their upcoming play “Caged,” which takes a look at life from inside and outside the US prison system.

From the archives:

Chris Hedges: The Struggle to Reintegrate into Society After Prison

Chris Hedges: The Torture of Solitary Confinement

Chris Hedges: The Corporate State’s Assault on the Arts

Chris Hedges: Halfway to Freedom

Chris Hedges: The Prison-Industrial Complex

Chris Hedges: The Revolutionary, Caged + In Landmark Ruling, California Prisons Halt Solitary Confinement

6 thoughts on “Chris Hedges: Caged: Life From Inside and Outside the US Prison System

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  5. I’d love to see this. Who knows, maybe it will get to tour the world. Great art is always born of real experience; and surely ~ life in the US doesn’t get much more real than in its vile, misanthropic prison ‘slave galleys.’

    White man’s burden, indeed.

    Splendid 100th episode Mr Hedges!

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