Garrett Bradley – “Time” & Humanizing Incarceration | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on April 7, 2021

Filmmaker Garrett Bradley breaks down how she confronts the systemic problems with incarceration in America in her Oscar-nominated documentary, “Time.” #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #GarrettBradley

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  • Alex Garcia 2 weeks ago

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  • Too Much Drama In The Milky Way Galaxy 2 weeks ago

    We have the most incarcerated people on the planet per capita. There is very little actual justice, rich people pay fines and hire fancy lawyers to get them off, while poor non violent criminals serve time without a proper attempt at rehabilitation; it’s disgraceful. I do think it will change over time but it will take a very long time. A system that focuses on incarceration over rehabilitation is a system that will continually feed itself.

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  • juli victoria 2 weeks ago

    Incarceration is a business plain & simple. Sad & ridiculous. The public would be better served by building hospitals & schools instead of prisons with those public funds

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  • Shadow Realm 2 weeks ago

    Black? She could pass by puerto rican

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  • Brett Nichols 2 weeks ago

    America’s worst abuse of resources: we need all of us to be a whole society. Are we so weak, so small that we don’t have a place for everyone in society?

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  • Kween Tiiyah Hollins 2 weeks ago

    We need to normalize a person who has a non black parent as biracial, and not black. Its sad IF a black woman with black parents makes a documentary film that she won’t be considered the first

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  • Q B 2 weeks ago

    If they black then what am I??? I mean they are beautiful but what’s wrong with saying biracial?

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  • VJ LaShomb 2 weeks ago

    Trevor, please talk about the anti-trans legislation passed in Arkansas!!! The trans community needs your help

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  • Truth Seeks me 2 weeks ago

    Interesting.. The cops shoot us NO PROBLEM because we’re black, but they play nice to people who are preying on children!? – between popsquad, cc unit, and others.. I notice most of the cops everywhere take the predator’s side.. Meanwhile they shoot us.. Interesting..

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  • Garrett B. 2 weeks ago

    Wow I’ve never heard of a woman named Garrett. Cool!

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  • Anto theja 2 weeks ago

    Is Garrett a woman’s name too?

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  • Saint Sire 2 weeks ago

    We just need to revamp the entire system if possible

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  • 2013lovemy 2 weeks ago

    Ok, when is y’all’s first date??? 😆

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  • SACHIN DHAMDHERE 2 weeks ago

    Am I the only one or anybody else thinks she has an uncanny resemblance to Meghan Markle 🤔

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  • James Thomas 2 weeks ago

    When Trev gives credit to his guests I always find him really warm and sincere and just genuine. He has studied and explored where his guests are coming from. I know his team are also responsible for helping him also, but, I feel there is a real connection happening within his interviews and he asks really difficult personal questions on occasion. Love you Trev keep that Afro and lot’s o love to you been a lot of fun education through this f**king nightmare year.

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  • Joseph Gollaher 2 weeks ago

    great questions, great answers, great interview. enjoyed this very much.

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  • The Sh4dowgale - Calli's Apostle [1st of the 12] 2 weeks ago

    Maybe people should quit commiting crimes in the first place.

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  • John Green 2 weeks ago

    Great creativity isn’t done by committee

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  • MLG GAMER 2 weeks ago

    That’s a unique gift being able to humanize what society would deem as not human. Being incarcerated does indeed have many layers and I’m glad she’s been exposing those layers

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  • Miles Krieger 2 weeks ago

    Can you please have Angela Davis on. PLEASEEEEEEE

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  • A P 2 weeks ago

    Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are famous for locking up black people for non violent crimes.

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  • A P 2 weeks ago

    Trump created the first step act and was leading the way on prison reform but Trevor called him a racist bc he’s not a Democrat.

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  • Ry gy 2 weeks ago

    Trevor’s secretly covers all the women topics cuz he can’t get laid just kidding he probably gets a lot either way attack me comments

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  • A P 2 weeks ago

    Imagine pretending to care about prison reform and being a Joe Biden supporter at the same time???? 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • Island House 2 weeks ago

    Finally… someone brings it up. What exactly does the Punishment do. And AFTER PRISON, most importantly ppl should be able to wipe their record clean after serving their time. With these things on your record permanently is a somewhat of life sentence. Give these ppl the freedom to assimilate into society and be able make optimal contributions with their abilities. When will serving your time be enough.

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  • matenzo 2 weeks ago

    60 years is so long, what kinda robbery results in that sort of sentence?

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  • Garrett Hunt 2 weeks ago

    😳?

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  • Aaron and Son Vlogs 2 weeks ago

    She is super cute

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  • Jonelle Cusato 2 weeks ago

    Teach your children their rights. Teach them about the judicial system. We need to teach each other our rights as well. The biggest part of why the judicial system is a success to control the people is because people do not know their rights. They bank on the people’s ignorance of law and procedure. Start with interactions with police.

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  • Cheryl Ferry 2 weeks ago

    We need to focus on crime prevention not prison reform. Victims suffer for life.

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  • Gaston Neal 2 weeks ago

    Angela Davis was the first to explain to me the evil and wrongness of prison, and I know the politicians know this, it’s just part of the evil project that is USA.

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  • jlindsa 2 weeks ago

    Incarceration is a business in more ways than people realize. Put together a list of everyone in the chain who profits/benefits from the jail/prison system from the beat cop to the prison admins to the politicians. Rehabilitation is NOT the goal.

    One example, in some states, to avoid raising taxes to pay for schools, hospitals, etc., those that get arrested will receive a bill which they must pay back or be re-arrested.

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  • Iceborn 2 weeks ago

    It is an honor to be able to listen to this conversation between two so highly intelligent and humble persons

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  • Tejah 2 weeks ago

    Sounds like an eye opener for the masses. I’ll definitely check it out.

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  • Tiff Hitz 2 weeks ago

    I have been wondering for years why this country lacks compassion, then I realized everything is based on money

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  • SailorMoon 2 weeks ago

    a lay it all out documentary to support the intention and purpose would be interesting to follow.

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  • zirak93 - 2 2 weeks ago

    Tbh, Trevor would make a better interviewer than a comedian. It’s only in the interviews and horrific events we see the real side of Trevor, where he asks very interesting questions.

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  • The Norm 2 weeks ago

    I admire her film that’s speak so loud for our generation should be these days. It’s not about politics, it’s all about humanity. We all should come together for better generation.

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  • Kamal Harris 2 weeks ago

    Welcome to you Bradley. Debate you fantastic.

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  • Karloss Coletti 2 weeks ago

    “Time” is the best film of the last year. Fiction or non-fiction. The Oscars are just too dumb to admit it.

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  • Mike Kisonu 2 weeks ago

    About as black as MILK. 🙄

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  • N Patrick 2 weeks ago

    Is Trevor writing these questions?

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  • NormalOneVideos 2 weeks ago

    i knew this interview would be interesting , when i saw the guest didnt have bookshelf behind her.

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  • Bernard Forand 2 weeks ago

    USA’s Incarceration is froth with a multitude of racial, gender, ethical, etc., infrastructure fundamentals. Prejudices of archaic sources, promoting false narratives to the evolution of humanity’s evolution, to a progressive rational existence, rectifying false previous ambiguities infused to the hard-wiring for the populace’s disciplinary benefits. One example, Germany does not punish those that escape from prison…!? How could a simple American comprehend that? Blinded by false gods of their systematic prejudices?

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  • ThePinkBinks 2 weeks ago

    White people use prisons as a bogeyman. They can’t get their heads round that it’s something you can’t avoid even if you’re a law abiding citizen in some areas.
    They don’t just want people in prison, they want them to suffer and endure torture and slavery _as well._

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  • ThePinkBinks 2 weeks ago

    I appreciate Garrett and people like her. I was taught to fear and hate criminals but seeing the reality made me wake up.
    More so when I realised that the people who taught me have criminal kids who somehow never make it to prison.

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  • drstevenrey 2 weeks ago

    If all is based on money, why doesn’t the criminal justice not just simply shoot the culprits in the backyard. Locking them up for 60 years will cost a fortune to the taxpayer. I don’t approve of it, but it would be more logic.

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  • Miss Understood 2 weeks ago

    Such an important topic

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