For the past 25 years, I endured living under solitary confinement
with the mental and emotional stress of facing death.
In spite of this, and against all odds,
I have managed to rehabilitate myself, and thrive.
FREE MEN, a movie about Kenneth Reams
A documentary film telling the true story of Kenneth by investigative reporter Anne-Frédérique Widmann.
The film premiered at the International Film Festival on Human Rights, in Geneva, Switzerland
and it’s screening around the world to raise awrenes about Kenneth’s case
KENNETH REAMS' LIFE
As a native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Kenneth Reams was born to a 15-year-old teen mom in 1974.
His childhood in harsh poverty was defined by abuse, neglect, hardship, and later crime
KENNETH REAMS' CASE
At the age of 18, Kenneth Reams who is African-American was sentenced to death as an accomplice in a botched robbery that resulted in the death of a white man named Gary Turner.
He became the youngest in- mate on death row in Arkansas
KENNETH REAMS' ART & PROJECTS
In solitary confinement for the last 25 years, Kenneth has pushed back the walls of his cell to become a painter, a poet, the founder of a non-profit, and an art event organizer – while fighting at the same time for justice.