An in-depth look at nationwide protests for racial equality

The debate on racial equality has reached fever-pitch in the United States following the death of George Floyd. Floyd died of forced asphyxiation, handcuffed in police custody, sparking nationwide protests and outrage.

As protests, riots and a militarized police presence fills streets from coast-to-coast Americans find themselves once again deeply entrenched in a 400 year-long conversation on inequality.

‘I Can’t Breathe: Racism in the U.S.’ takes viewers to the front lines of the protests in the nation’s capital, Minneapolis and New York, to hear the message of the frustrated masses while examining the history of racial inequality in the U.S justice system.



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