Spokane Hosts Beyond the Wall Documentary

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Spokane Public Library and Pioneer Human Services are hosting a FREE screening and panel discussion of Beyond the Wall, a documentary that follows individuals after their release from incarceration. All Pioneer Spokane employees are invited to attend the screening and participate in the panel discussion.

The U.S. incarcerates Americans at globally unprecedented rates. What’s more, within three years of release approximately two-thirds of the formerly incarcerated are rearrested and sent back to prison. The documentary, Beyond the Wall, takes a close look at the journey from incarceration to community, from behind the wall to beyond the wall. The journey is often riddled with barriers and uncertainty.

Spokane Public Library
906 West Main Ave., 1st Floor Gallery
Spokane, WA 99201

Tuesday, September 19, 2017
5:30 PM – 8 PM


  • Moderator: Dan Sigler, Spokane Regional Director, Pioneer Human Services

  • Panelist: Francis Adewale, Spokane Public Defender for Community Court

  • Panelist: Claire Carden, Attorney, Center for Justice

  • Panelist: Melissa Hanson, U.S. Probation

  • Panelist: Vince Heatwole, Pioneer Human Services

  • Panelist: Chris Heinen, U.S. Probation

  • Panelist: Layne Pavey, Founder, I Did the Time; and co-owner and CEO of Revive Reentry Services, LLC

Thursday, September 7, 2017