An intimate conversation between Jarvis and the Truthworker Theatre Company as they collaborate to develop the theater piece IN|PRISM: Boxed In & Blacked Out in America. The play examines the impacts & practices of solitary confinement in US prisons, tracing one man's remarkable capacity for liberation within the walls of death row.
After a visit with Jarvis on death row, literary agent Sarah Jane Freymann talks about his gift for weaving inspirational stories out of his experiences and shares a reading from This Bird Has My Wings.
In July of 2016, Jarvis went on a hunger strike refusing any nourishment other than water after learning there might be a delay in his appeal going before the California Supreme court. KPFA 94.1-FM Pacifica radio’s Mike Kohn reported on this story.
Jarvis reads the chapter “Dharma and Death Jury Trial” from Finding Freedom.
Interview with Harper Collins Senior Editor Eric Brandt about his work with Jarvis in the publishing of That Bird Has My Wings.
In 2016, for the first time in a decade, KQED and other media were recently granted a rare opportunity to tour the prison’s death row and speak with inmates — including Jarvis. This short documentary includes conversations with Jarvis and his fellow inmates.
Recording of a 1996 speech in which actor Danny Glover reads an excerpt from Finding Freedom to an audience at the Jon Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.
Geronimo Pratt reads an excerpt from Finding Freedom from the chapter called "Scars."
Geronimo Pratt discusses meeting Jarvis and the lasting impact he has on him.
A film about Jarvis’ story created by friend and supporter Janis Kobe.