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Live Young Blood
The first installment of the three-part documentary series, "Young Blood," "Live Young Blood" takes a rare look at the struggle to reduce gun violence in urban communities. Filmmakers Bobby Marvin Holmes and Justin Gladden go deep inside urban communities wrestling with ways to change a culture of violence. Featuring an array of youth advocates and practitioners including Dare to Be King founder David Miller, Executive Director of Roberta’s House Annette March-Grier, Director of the Johns Hopkins’ Center for Gun Policy and Research Daniel Webster, and Lori Toscano, Director at the Baltimore City Health Department Safe Streets Program. Live Young Blood is a clarion call to save our youth.
For Him I Will
Touching and compelling, For Him I Will focuses on three single mothers as they share their experiences raising black boys in America. Whether it’s beating the streets or understanding self-worth, each mom opens up about their triumph over trauma and deep connections with their sons. Featuring poignant commentary by clinicians Dr. Adanna Johnson-Evans and Chester Marshall, MSW, this film gives you a glimpse into single motherhood from new and refreshing perspectives.
Free Young Blood Combating the Mass Incarceration of Black Males
“Free Young Blood Combating the Mass Incarceration of Black Males" is a feature length documentary that covers a broad spectrum of criminal justice policies and practices that disproportionately impact black males in America. Produced in the aftermath of Baltimore’s civil unrest, the film wrestles with the intersectionality of institutional racism prevalent in the criminal justice system. The film features a host of advocates including Marc Mauer of The Sentencing Project, Rinku Sen of Race Forward and author writer D. Watkins.