Dir. Geoffrey A. Davis, 2010, 27 min
The documentary captures slain Peace Activist and New York Councilman James E. Davis in interviews and speeches dealing with such major issues as police and community relations and violence in inner city communities. It provides some insight into the historical content of Councilman Davis' murder inside New York City Hall and also shows the reaction from community residents from various walks life. Millions of people witness this historic tragedy through life on the spot news coverage and tens of thousands paid their respect at his going home services. James E. Davis' Love Yourself Stop The Violence marches drew tens of thousands of people who came from across the country to listen to his wisdom and solution on ending violence.
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with director Geoffrey A. Davis
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