Program 6 - Black Lives STILL Matter: The NYC Premiere of 'Profiled', featuring a Q&A with director Kathleen Foster and special guests

  • Cinema Village 22 East 12th Street New York, NY, 10003 United States

Situation 6 - Part of a series of video essays by John Lucas and poet Claudia Rankine, four friends go shopping over the narration of Rankine's "Stop and Frisk" poem. (2015, 7 min)

Freedom - A timely music video by Taina Asili about police brutality in Albany, NY. (2015, 4 min)

Profiled - A powerful new documentary that knits together stories of the mothers of Black and Latino youths who have become victims of excessive deadly force by the NYPD.  A damning indictment of racial profiling and police brutality, placed within the historical context of racism in the United States. Followed by Q&A with director Kathleen Foster and special guests (2015, 54 min).

Panelists:

Natasha Duncan, sister of Shantel Davis
Carol Gray, mother of Kimani Gray
Chauniqua Young, CCR Attorney on Stop and Frisk case.
Kristine Anderson Welch, community activist

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