Whose Streets?

Aug 18 - Aug 31

(Sabaah Folayan & Damon Davis, US, 2017, 90 min)

Friday, Aug 18 at 04:00PM
Saturday, Aug 19 at 04:00PM
Saturday, Aug 19 at 07:30PM
Sunday, Aug 20 at 06:15PM
Monday, Aug 21 at 03:00PM
Tuesday, Aug 22 at 03:00PM
Wednesday, Aug 23 at 08:00PM
Thursday, Aug 24 at 08:00PM
Friday, Aug 25 at 03:00PM
Saturday, Aug 26 at 04:15PM
Saturday, Aug 26 at 07:45PM
Sunday, Aug 27 at 04:15PM
Sunday, Aug 27 at 07:45PM
Monday, Aug 28 at 03:00PM
Tuesday, Aug 29 at 03:00PM
Wednesday, Aug 30 at 03:00PM
Thursday, Aug 31 at 07:45PM

Three years have passed since the murder of Michael Brown and consequent protests in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown’s shooting led to numerous nationwide demonstrations and sparked the creation of the Black Lives Matter Movement. In the years since, we have continued to see minorities wrongfully arrested, subjected to police brutality and worse, and misrepresented in myriad ways in our society. Now is a time to reflect.
 
Whose Streets? looks at the Ferguson riots with a lens that seeks to understand community trauma through the perspectives of local teachers, students, workers, artists, and their families. Directed by Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis, Whose Streets? is a bold documentary that draws its courage from the strong voices of the people of Ferguson.

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