A socially conscious veteran documentary filmmaker/photographer takes us behind the headlines to her experience covering demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri. A spirit of protest against police brutality and work towards showing the world that Black Lives Matter is going on there at the first anniversary of the death of unarmed teen Michael Brown and beyond. Katina Parker is baring witness to, and documenting this historic moment in the struggle for justice and equality for blacks here in America.
Indy has felt the pain of black youth being killed in police custody and during encounters with police, so we’re not immune to events that can cut at the core of the humanity of a community like Ferguson.
Posted in three segments, click each of the media players below to listen to the latest episode of “Access Indy with Kim Wells” and my one-on-one conversation with Katina Parker:
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