Drug War casualty, Amy Ralston Povah, served 9 years of a 24-year sentence for "conspiracy" in an MDMA case. Oscar nominated journalist David France researched and featured Amy’s case in Glamour Magazine. Court TV and other news outlets ignited public outcry for a sentence commutation, which President Clinton granted on July 7, 2000. Post-release, Amy started the non-profit CAN-DO Foundation; Clemency for All Non-Violent Drug Offenders that advocates for the women she left behind, including Shirley Womble who served 25 years for pot and whose case is featured in 420 – The Documentary.
News from Harm Reduction Productions:
Directed by drug war casualty Amy R. Povah, the award-winning feature is now available exclusively on Vimeo, Cable, and Satellite; arrives on iTunes, VUDU, Google, and Xbox May 1
LOS ANGELES, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Harm Reduction Productions announces the official Video-on-Demand re…