15 to Life: Kenneth's Story is being watched by
prosecutors, judges, legislators and family members
of both prisoners and victims. Check out what's happened since the PBS broadcast in August last year.

People are watching: 
  • 500,000 people watched 15 to Life on the PBS documentary series POV
  • 80,000 people have visited POV’s website to learn more about the issue.
  • So far there's been 40 community screenings in 31 cities in 23 states. 
People are talking:
I am usually pretty hardcore when it comes to crime, but this sentence is outrageous.
   - Darryl Roberts
Kenneth's story scares me - what the hell is wrong with our justice system here??
  - Tracey Bodnar

There is not one person in the world that's the same person they were when they were 15.
  - Owen Murphy

Join the discussion

Attitudes are changing: 

After seeing the film, audience members were 50% less likely to support juveniles facing the same consequences as adults in the criminal justice system.

People are taking action: 
  • 91% of audience members are inspired to take further action
  • 84% plan to discuss the issue with their friends and families
  • 69% plan to research the issue of jlwop further
  • 40% plan to join an organization working to end jlwop
  • 31% plan to donate to organizations working on the issue
Kareem, incarcerated since childhood, is building a new life after 37 years behind bars. He joined us at our Baltimore screening.
Click here to meet Kareem.
Upcoming Screening:
Thursday, February 5th at 6:00 p.m.
ACLU Nevada is hosting a public screening and discussion at Holland Project
140 Vesta St., Reno, NV - all are welcome.
To arrange your own screening, go to

Many thanks,
Nadine Pequeneza
15 to Life: Kenneth’s Story
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