“Hands Up Don’t Shoot Our Youth Movement” producer/ director Ralph L. Crowder III, stopped by a Forestville, Maryland Military Academy to spend time with students, and screen the touring documentary film. ”Youth Sparked Movements” and independent media-making were among themes discussed with the groups of high school seniors in attendance.
Screening arranged by teacher Marq King
PGCEA/FAC Representative - Forestville Military Academy
Hands Up Don’t Shoot Our Youth Movement Documentary Film DC Screening 2/26
The death of Mike Brown and uprising in Ferguson Missouri inspired documentary film “Hands Up Don’t Shoot Our Youth Movement.”Produced & directed by Ralph L. Crowder III, the film had its DC premiere Thursday, February 26th, at Busboys and Poets, Takoma Park, from 8-10pm.
Attendees met the filmmaker and joined in the post screening discussion moderated by, Dr. Pam Brewer. WPFW, in partnership with the American Psychological Association, and Busboys and Poets, invited everyone to support 89.3FM by attending this exclusive screening of this very important film. Single tickets were available for a pledge of $50, and a pair available for a pledge of $89.30.
Producer/director Ralph L. Crowder III, during post screening interview with WPFW show host and panel moderator Dr. Pamela Brewer. Post discussion panel included: Filmmaker Ralph L. Crowder III, Princess Black of Think M.O.O.R. and Dr. Yasser Arafat Payne, Professor – Department of Black American Studies – University of Delaware.
Independent producer/director Ralph L. Crowder III, joined Dr. Pamela Brewer as her “MyNDTALK” guest to discuss his newest documentary film “Hands Up Don’t Shoot Our Youth Movement” and it’s Washington, DC premiere hosted by WPFW – 89.3 FM, The American Psychological Association & Busboys and Poets
The American Psychological Association Biennial 2015 National Multicultural Conference & Summit took place in Atlanta, Georgia January 15-16, 2015. Check out excerpts from the post screening discussion of the Documentary Film: “Hands Up Don’t Shoot Our Youth Movement.” Selected Conference Leaders and Psychology Industry Professionals give commentary toward the educational and cultural value of the featured film.