Uprising • 20m
A group of Black and Latin women activists in San José, California drive a grassroots movement to remove police from their children's schools. Will they succeed?
Filming for this documentary was done under the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic and in the lead up to the pivotal 2020 elections.
The film is one of only five documentaries selected by Los Angeles Times Studios as part of the inaugural launch of L.A. Times Short Docs.
Director: Goran Zaneti & Skyler Glover
2021 | 23 min
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Director: Paul Johannessen
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