Ñ Don't Stop brings a special 6-part report, produced by Rebel Diaz, on the Ferguson Rebellion that has resulted from the killing of Mike Brown at the hands of Police Officer Darren Wilson. The story covers the beginnings of the rebellion up to the events around the Grand Jury verdict. Narrated by the young people in the front lines, the first part features special interviews with activist and MC Tef Poe, and activist and organizer Tara Tee.
In Part 2 Mike Brown's family speaks on his character, the relationship of community and Ferguson Police, and the defamation and disinformation campaign led by corporate media following Mike's killing.
Part 3 highlights the youth energy that has taken this movement by storm. We learn about other young men and women murdered by police in St.Louis and nationally. Featuring interviews w/ Tef Poe (MC/Activist), Josh Williams (Activist), Tara Tee (Activist), Jesse Williams (Actor/Activist), Montague Simmons (Activist- Organization for Black Struggle), Lumumba Bandele (Activist- Malcolm X Grassroots Movement), and Tory Russel (Activist- Hands Up United).
Part 4 continues to look at the inspiring youth energy that has taken this movement by storm. Featuring interviews w/ Tef Poe (MC/Activist), Josh Williams (Activist), Tara Tee (Activist), and Tory Russel (Activist- Hands Up United) and a speech by Rev. Sekou.
Part 5 documents the events surrounding the grand jury's verdict on the Mike Brown case. G1 interviews some of the people in the front lines in Ferguson: activist and religious leader @RevSekou, activists Tara Tee, Tori Russell and CJ of Hands Up United, artist and activist Raspy Rawls, activists Khalil Coleman and CJ.
In Part 6 we witness the militarization of a city once again as we cover the exact moments that the non indictment decision is announced and the rage that follows from the people. Interviews w/ Malik Rhasaan from Hands Up United, Tef Poe and more.
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