Fed up with misdeeds committed by Chicago law enforcement and a political system unwilling to hold anyone accountable, two millennial Black women take action. Spoken-word artist Bella and PhD candidate Janaé work tirelessly rallying the community and challenging a power structure that historically turns a deaf ear to young, Black, female voices. Over the course of a year, filmmaker Ashley O’Shay documents these courageous activists in their quest for political liberation and social justice.
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Executive Producer Yvonne Welbon is the recipient of the Leading Light Award, presented as part of DOC NYC 2020’s Visionaries Tribute.
Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Ashley O’Shay (Director), Morgan Johnson (Producer), Ambrell Gambrell (Subject), immediately following the film.
Director: Ashley O'Shay
Executive Producer: Yvonne Welbon, Jolene Pinder, Gordon Quinn
Producer: Morgan Elise Johnson, Ashley O’Shay; Associate Producer: Ethan Senser, Natalie Frazier
Writer: Ashley O'Shay, Rubin Daniels Jr.
Cinematographer: Ashley O'Shay
Editor: Rubin Daniels Jr.
Music: Sam Trump
Publicist: Creative Public Relations
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