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PEACE IN THE ABSENCE OF WAR by Theo Anthony
"PEACE IN THE ABSENCE OF WAR:
Baltimore 4/27/15 - 5/2/15
On April 27th, 2015, following more than a week of protests over the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra held a free concert in downtown Baltimore. Footage is culled from that concert, along with various demonstrations on that same day. All nights shots taken while following the route of Freddie Gray's arrest after curfew.
On May 9th, 2015, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra held another free concert, this time in the West Baltimore neighborhood of Freddie Gray's arrest.
Directed & Edited by Theo Anthony
Field Sound by Marc Gallant
Post Sound by SchwarzSpecial Thanks to Kasai Rex, Lawrence Burney, Matt Porterfield, Brett Kashmere, Brett Story & Whitney Mallett
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Titles listed below were retrieved from The Huffington Post 7 Documentaries You Can Stream Right Now To Better Understand What's Going On In Ferguson (August 20, 2014).
Crisis of Distrust: Police and Community in Toronto by Policing and Literacy Initiative.
No Justice No Peace: California's Battle Against Police Brutality & Racist Violence by Liberation News.
Copwatch: These Streets Are Watching by Jacob Crawford, Director.
Exposing The Modern Racist Paradigm, Pt. 1
Racism: A History by BBC.