It's estimated more than half of the African-American men in Milwaukee, WI in their 30s have spent time in jail. While Louisville may not have those kinds of numbers, we can definitely relate to the toll that mass incarceration brings. A local group hopes that a new documentary called “Milwaukee 53206” can help make an impact here in Louisville. Reverend Jamesetta Ferguson is the pastor at Saint Peter's United Church of Christ and runs MOLO Village, where Thomas Williams works with people returning from prison. You can see a free screening of "Milwaukee 53206" at Saint Peter's Church in Russell Plaza on Sunday, June 10th, 2018.

You'll need to RSVP by calling 502-509-1547 or go to www.MOLOVillage-CDC.org

You can find more on the documentary “Milwaukee 53206” on their Facebook page and online at https://www.milwaukee53206.com/