#Ferguson Documentary Heads to Atlanta

National Psychology Conference Kicks-Off 2015 Screening Tour of Film
By: Freedom Radio News & Culture Television Network
MINNEAPOLIS - Jan. 1, 2015 - PRLog -- The 2015 National Multicultural Conference and Summit taking place January 15th & 16th, in Atlanta, Georgia, will screen the documentary film "Hands Up Don't Shoot Our Youth Movement" a timely piece produced by Minneapolis,  Minnesota multimedia artist,  Ralph L. Crowder III.  The cinematic feature will be included as an offering of the conference's “difficult dialogues” programming designed to provide a safe space to explore questions and seek answers.

The biennial NMCS event gathers scientists, practitioners, scholars and students, in psychology and related fields, to inform and inspire multicultural theory, research and practice. An identified goal of the event is "To build linkages and collaborations among psychologists, trainees, related health professionals, clients, consumers and communities to support economic and social justice."

"Hands Up Don't Shoot Our Youth Movement" speaks on the death of Mike Brown; untold stories of community and the black youth uprising in Ferguson, Missouri (Anywhere U.S.A.).  Historical and present day themes create rich content for cross cultural and inter-generational engagement during post screening artist Q & A's.

The film has been well received with several national / international inquiries and requests for screenings w/producer discussion to include: Minnesota, Maryland, Washington, Pennsylvania, Canada, The United Kingdom, Amsterdam, and South Africa.


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