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Manifest Justice

April 24, 2019

Against the backdrop of King County's pledge to reach 'Zero Youth Detention', 17-year old Jamari faces up to four years of detention after pleading guilty to robbery. Leading up to his sentencing, community justice advocates will urge the judge that Jamari is reformed, but prosecutors are skeptical. 



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Bryan Tucker

Bryan Tucker is a freelance producer and documentary filmmaker based in Seattle. His first feature-length documentary film, Closure, secured national cable broadcast distribution, regional broadcast distribution on KCTS 9’s “Reel NW” series and is available on Netflix, iTunes and Amazon VOD. Bryan works with a variety of freelance clients in the Pacific Northwest and beyond, and seeks out projects that elevate marginalized voices and address social justice issues.

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Gavin P. Sullivan

Gavin P. Sullivan is a Principal at The Madrona Bureau where he has written, produced and directed critically acclaimed feature documentary, TV programming, and commercial work. His approach to visual media is informed by his experience as a Senior Reporter with the Financial Times Group where he held correspondent posts in Latin America and the US. He is a former Rotary World Peace Fellow and US Fulbright Scholar.

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