Wrongful convictions have cost innocent people over 25,265 years of their lives. Larry Smith, Jr. and Kevin Harrington reflect on suffering through their exoneration processes while prisoners' rights activist Shawanna Vaughn fights to keep Lawrence Rider-El from a similar fate.
Jessica Bern is a Staff Editor for Honeysuckle Magazine. Her writing has appeared on Cafe Mom, SheKnows, and The Woolfer, among others. She is also a voiceover artist, producer, and video editor. ber
I get to be part of the development of a brand new industry. Sadly, women haven’t had a voice in the development of any of the industries that we see operating today, which is why this work is so exciting.
On May 17, 1954, the United States Supreme Court, decided that racial segregation in public schools violated the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment. In 1962, this ruling was put to the test, this time in Long Island, New York.
On August 25, 2019, Honeysuckle had the distinct pleasure of interviewing director, producer, and writer Francesco Zippel, whose new documentary “Friedkin-Uncut” is an introspective portrait of William Friedkin. The documentary features the irreverent 1970’s legend, who directed The Exorcist and French Connection, as well as his countless admirers. “Friedkin-Uncut” has been shown in festivals...
Directed by: Francesco Zippel [https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6096597/] OPENING AT CITY CINEMAS VILLAGE EAST [https://www.citycinemas.com/villageeast/film/friedkin-uncut], New York, New York FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 2019 In Hollywood, the word “real” is an anomaly. It is a place where the goal is to try to fool others into believing things...
This film reminds us that there are people out there that are putting their lives and reputations on the line each day in order to serve their fellow citizens.
Visual Healing: Jacob Wheeler's New Art Series Explores Medical Cannabis Benefits at the NORML FORML
Jacob’s unique approach to his art is the way in which he conveys the themes of sensuality, loss, and renewal of the mind and body.