Our Partners

Few films have chronicled the great tragedies resulting from hate crimes throughout the nation's history. Our film truly explores the most predominant issue between blacks and whites in America - that of race - through the lens of two distinct hate crimes that took place in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921 and again in 2012. Together with our partners, the HCH filmmakers have launched a campaign to stop hate crimes by leveraging our film as a tool for social change. It takes a village to truly make a difference. We are proud to have them standing with us.

Co-producer Pi Isis Ankhra and associate producers Reggie Turner and Bavand Karim join Lyon on the Project. Partners include the Ford Foundation’s JustFilms, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Harvard Law School, New Jersey City University, Northern Kentucky University, DePaul University, The Tulsa Project, Northeast Church of Christ of Oklahoma City and the John Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice.
Other partners include:

Adath Israel Congregation
Auroras Voice
Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
Christ Church Cathedral
Cincinnati Film Festival
Collin Powell Center for Civic and Global Leadership
Coming To The Table
CUNY Black Male Initiative
Edward B. Brueggeman Center for Dialogue at Xavier University
George Kaiser Foundation
Harlem Arts Alliance
Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
Issac M. Wise Temple
Jewish Community Relations Council
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
New Prospect Baptist Church
Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement
Southern Ohio Filmmakers Association
YWCA of Greater Cincinnati
Metropolitan Area Religious coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC)
The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation
The John Hope Franklin Center for Hope and Reconciliation
The New School
University of Cincinnati College of Law