The Netflix documentary 13th was one of the most important films of 2016. The documentary by Ava DuVernay takes a deep-dive look at the historical and social connection between slavery and the American prison system. It’s currently earned an Oscar nomination, and people hope for it to win. Because of the impact of the documentary, Netflix is opening up 13th for “public screening access.”
This means you don’t need a Netflix subscription to watch it, provided you’re watching it with or for a public audience. Settings like classrooms, library rooms, community groups or any educational-type venue qualifies.
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