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Women are the fastest growing incarcerated population in the US, and Elaine Daly was one of them. Daly's story served as inspiration for Al Jazeera's virtual reality film, "Still Here." The immersive multimedia installation, which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, explored life after incarceration and erasure upon returning to a gentrifying neighborhood. Daly talks to us about the film, and how the criminal "injustice" system impacts women.
In this episode:
Elaine Daly, social worker living in New York City; Zahra Rasool (@RXahra), the head of Al Jazeera's immersive storytelling studio AJ Contrast (@AJContrast).
Still Here by Al Jazeera Contrast
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