Watch Specials on the Prison Industrial Complex, Immigration, and Wall Street

Enlace has a long history exposing the connections between Wall Street and Immigration. Most recently with countless partners across the US the Prison Divestment Campaign launched. The campaign aims to expose the connections between Wall Street, Big Banks, Immigration Laws/Policies, and the Prison Industrial Complex. Tune in Tuesday October 18th for two great documentaries that will expose the current force financing the hate wave against immigrants and making billions in profit, find out who is behind it all.

We’ll examine the nation’s immigration policies and its array of detention centers, where thousands of immigrants are housed, sometimes for many months. Click here for the trailer of  “Lost in Detention


Watch Lost in Detention Preview on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE.

On Tuesday, October 18th at 9pm, CNBC will premiere the documentary, “Billions Behind Bars: Inside the American Prison Industry.” For more information please visit http://www.prisonindustry.cnbc.com.

Is America addicted to prisons?

ABOUT THE DOCUMENTARY: With more than 2.3 million people locked up, the U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in the world. One out of 100 American adults is behind bars – while a stunning one out of 32 is on probation, parole or in prison. This reliance on mass incarceration has created a thriving prison economy. The states and the federal government spend about $74 billion a year on corrections, and nearly 800,000 people work in the industry.  Watch as CNBC goes behind the razor wires to investigate the profits and inner-workings of the multi-billion dollar corrections industry.

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