Whose Streets?



Whose Streets? chronicles the lives of Ferguson activists who remain part of a movement for racial justice long after Mike Brown's killer goes free. Personal and dynamic, this is a protest film that goes beyond the sensational tropes of local news. The directors use a combination of interview and verité footage in the streets and homes of activists leading the charge against police brutality in the United States.

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