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Published on Aug 9, 2016
Land of the free? Justice for all? Artist/activist Michael D'Antuono's short film offers a different perspective, exposing the the deep-rooted racism permeating the criminal justice system in 21st century America. Centering around one white man’s exploration of institutional racism, this illuminating film is meant to spark outrage, elicit empathy, and inspire us as a nation to live up to that pledge.
Centering around one white man’s exploration of institutional racism, this illuminating film follows D'Antuono as takes his art to protests on the streets of Chicago, Baltimore, New York and L.A. There we hear harrowing tales from victims of racism, shocking admissions from former police and corrections officers and reflections from some well known African Americans such as Cory Booker, Russell Simmons, Van Jones, Michael Steel, and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Eugene Robinson.
In just 28 minutes, the film unveils systemic injustices that black Americans suffer, and white ones can no longer ignore.
This film is available for screenings. Interested parties should contact: Michael@ArtandResponse.com