National Screenings - February 2014
Tulsa, New York, Boston, Miami, Cincinnati, Chicago, New Jersey
In 1921, Tulsa was facing serious economic decline in the wake of waning oil demand from America’s military following the end of World War One.
On April 6, 2012, Jacob England and Alvin Watts drove through a predominately African-American neighborhood and shot five people, killing three and leaving two in critical condition.
The first step toward bridging the ever-widening racial gap in the United States is to engage in an open and honest dialogue regarding racial relations and inequality.
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