About This Show
Marc Carr and the Social Solutions team research ways to reduce mass incarceration rates in Washington, DC (specifically Wards 7 & 8). Join us as we identify and discuss the many factors that contribute to high mass incarceration in the District. We broadcast panel discussions from our Monthly #SocEnt: Capitol Innovation Forums held every fourth Sunday at Busboys & Poets in Brookland, Washington, DC. We also conduct sit-down interviews with community leaders, policy-makers, individuals who were incarcerated and many more.
Most Recent Episode
The Gentrification Episode
Feb 8, 2016
January’s SocEnt: Capitol Innovation Forum: Gentrification: The Good, The Bad, and the Incarcerated, explored the intersection of gentrification, poverty, and the criminal justice system. The panel featured activists, economic developers, and policy experts who will discuss the effects of gentrification on low-income communities. To purchase Gerald Anderson's book, Still Standing, please visit: http://www.katrinastillstanding.com/To learn more about the Capitol Innovation live events, please visit: http://capitolinnovation.org/To learn more about Goodbreed Creative Media, please visit: http://goodbreed.co/Follow us on social media:Twitter: @CapInnovationFB: facebook.com/socialsolutionsIG: @innovationcapitol#SocEnt:CIF #CapInnovationPodcast