P.S. I Can't Breathe (Black Lives Matter)

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P.S. I Can’t Breathe welcomes dialogue around racial inequality, policing, and the Criminal Justice System by focusing on Eric Garners case. We hope viewers will increase their understanding of issues plaguing the Black and Brown American Community by witnessing a massive group of protesters ...Read more

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We made P.S. I Can't Breathe because we wanted to do our part to help bring about change. We believed the community members involved in marches and rallies had a story to tell and deserved to voice it to the world. Unity has always been seen as an effective mechanism to change the ...Read more

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