NewsPublic Affairs / November 20, 2015

Filmmaker Spends 6 Years Following Jailed Indiana Teenager With Developmental Disabilities

Filmmaker Karen Grau of Calamari Productions spent six years following a jailed Indiana teenager who couldn’t read or write and had no family, guardian or legal counsel.juvenile justice, Children of the Dumping Ground, Karen Grau2015-11-20T00:00:00-05:00
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Filmmaker Spends 6 Years Following Jailed Indiana Teenager With Developmental Disabilities

Filmmaker Karen Grau.

What happens to children with developmental disabilities that end up in a juvenile detention facility? Filmmaker Karen Grau of Calamari Productions spent six years following a jailed Indiana teenager who couldn’t read or write and had no family, guardian or legal counsel. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire invited Karen into the studio to talk more about her documentary “Children of the Dumping Ground.”

 

 

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