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Center for Just and Caring Communities Film: Me Facing Life: Cyntoia’s Story (Feb 15, 2011)

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Judge J. Roland Reid, Haywood County juvenile court judge, gives his first impressions of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story.</em> The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosted a panel discussion of the film.  - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Judge J. Roland Reid, Haywood County juvenile court judge, gives his first impressions of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosted a panel discussion of the film. - Victoria Stargel
Union University Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story</em>. Twana Miller, Juvenile Justice Program Manager, TN Center for Child Welfare, shares her opinion of the movie and the factors affecting Cyntoia's story as a part of the panel of West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Union University Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. Twana Miller, Juvenile Justice Program Manager, TN Center for Child Welfare, shares her opinion of the movie and the factors affecting Cyntoia's story as a part of the panel of West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals. - Victoria Stargel
The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story</em>. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Victoria Stargel
The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story</em>. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Victoria Stargel

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