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April 23, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
This feature-length documentary is about police brutality, anti-black racism, and the power of grassroots activism in Cincinnati, Ohio. From 1995-2001 there were fifteen black men killed by the Cincinnati police. Matin Luther King said that “A riot is the cry of the unheard.” These men’s deaths sparked three days of civil unrest and protests. This poignant and powerful story of injustice is told through news reports, first-person accounts and cinema verité footage of the surviving families’ long-suffering battle for justice. Join documentary filmmakers April Martin and Paul Hill in viewing and discussion of their powerful new film.