Central Park Five
A firm that teaches controversial interrogation techniques believes the series got their method all wrong.
He wouldn't apologize for running full-page ads in several New York newspapers calling for the teens' execution
The exonerated men, formerly known as the Central Park Five, still struggle with trauma as they fight for systemic change.
Trump famously railed against the wrongfully convicted teens. Now DuVernay is going to tell their story.
Some essential on-screen examples that show, rather than just tell, audiences what isn't working.
The filmmaker plans to explore each step the criminal justice system took before the five Harlem teens were exonerated in 2014 for a crime they didn't commit.
When Donald Trump says that he thinks the Central Park Five, wrongfully convicted of rape as teenagers, are guilty despite the evidence, he reveals himself as someone with no respect for the system he wants to run.
In a criminal justice system many say is broken, false confessions and plea bargains spurred by oppressive sentencing laws have put thousands of innocent people behind bars.
If you ever went to this thing called school, chances are you’ve watched a Ken Burns film or three. You might think that you no longer have to sit through that kind of thing, but you probably should.
In 1989, NYC put 5 black and Hispanic boys in jail for a brutal rape they did not commit. Now, it's time for $40 million worth of sweet justice.