Speaking up and speaking out, this program features narrative short films on the topics of social justice, social issues and discovering community-based solutions.
The Ice Cream Stop is a story of DR. Mike Harris and the strong love he and his wife share as they are about to be new parents. The love is so deep and rich, he will go through any lengths to take care of his family. During an act of love, the Harris family is shattered within 30 minutes when Harris is pulled over in the middle of the night.
A 16 year old and her 10 year old brother find themselves homeless in Harlem.
Quincy has been finding it difficult to cope with the death of his younger brother, who was wrongfully shot and killed by a police officer. When the officer is acquitted of all charges, he loses the little hope he had left in the justice system and in himself. As Quincy is pushed to face his emotions and navigate his new reality, he is presented with an opportunity to take matters into his own hands to try and give his brother the justice he deserves.
Crip gang members Chili, Mia, and Tracey ride their bikes down a picturesque street on the Northside of Long Beach when Chili spots Kiki, a fellow classmate. Mia reveals that Kiki has just lost her brother to police brutality Chili invites Kiki to join the gang. Kiki accepts but later reveals that she plans to go off to college setting off a series of unexpected events.