You will need to watch the documentary, “It’s Criminal” available through Kanopy Streaming. Kanopy Streaming is available to you for free using your SHSU login information. This documentary shows an interesting look at a unique Dartmouth Women’s Studies course where Dartmouth students meet and get to know incarcerated women in New Hampshire. The documentary highlights discussions of privilege, poverty, and injustice in the criminal justice system. Be sure to watch the full documentary (78 minutes). It’s Criminal https://www.kanopy.com/product/its-criminal Directions: In a 2-3 page (typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman, 1” margins) paper, write a response/reaction, which addresses the following questions: How do the female offenders’ stories and experiences relate (compare/contrast) to what you have learned about female offending? How does this film highlight privilege? What were some of the feelings/reflections the Dartmouth students had? How does the film highlight injustice? What were some of the feelings/reflections from the incarcerated women? How does the documentary relate to our understanding of Intersectionality and the criminal justice system? What do you think of this unique class at Dartmouth and its goal of integrating two groups of women (i.e., Dartmouth students and incarcerated women)?