After experiencing the multiple deaths of black men at the hands of police this summer, the Theta Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi at Troy University brought together their talents to create a 9-minute art film about police brutality.
The short, entitled Black Mail addresses the injustices that African-Americans face every day and uses dance, poetry, acting and music to express the pain and suffering. The video which was created by undergrads shows the spirit of activism and using ones talents to take a stance and we at WatchTheYard.com would like to commend these young brothers for not only expressing themselves and their feelings but also standing up and taking a stand against injustice.
The short film was produced by Ryan Wagstaff (@RTurbo1) and shot by J.Mike (@DogWoodCinema) featuring the brothers of the Theta Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi.
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