Philly D.A. | OETA
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Join OETA and guest panelists to preview the series premiere of Philly D.A. and a discussion of criminal justice reform in Oklahoma.
Philly D.A. Episode 1
Philly D.A. Episode 1
Deadly Jails: An Oklahoma Mental Health Crisis | Independent Lens | PBS
Oklahoma's rural communities are facing a crisis when it comes to those with mental illness. Without proper resources, the county jail system becomes the de facto hospital in urgent situations and oftentimes with tragic consequences. This piece was originally published on The Frontier www.readfrontier.org/stories/for-those-struggling-with-addiction-or-mental-health-oklahoma-jails-can-be-deadly/ Produced by Julianna Brannum Cinematography Brian Ford Editor Shannon Stefan Music Billy Joe Wermy Killer Tracks APM Music Executive Producers Lois Vossen Sally Jo Fifer Senior Vice President of Content Jim Sommers Senior Producer Stephen Talbot Associate Producer Susan Cohen Produced in association with Kassie McClung and The Frontier Learn more about "Independent Lens": www.pbs.org/independentlens Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/independentlens Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/IndependentLens Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/independentlens/
- Aaron Morvan
Aaron Morvan is the Marketing and Communications Manager for OETA.
- Kassie McClung
Kassie McClung is a staff writer at The Frontier, a nonprofit investigative newsroom in Oklahoma since 2016. She covers health and other state issues.
- Nicole Salazar
Philly D.A. Creator and Producer Nicole Salazar is a documentary filmmaker and journalist who has worked on investigative and breaking news stories in the US and internationally for over a decade.
- Reuben Jones
Reuben Jones is a social justice advocate and community organizer who serves as the Philadelphia Campaign and Policy Lead for Dignity and Power Now (DPN).
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