From the brilliant, socially conscious mind of director Terrance Tykeem comes the powerful and thought provoking story of "Jason's Letter" which speaks to the increasing issue of unarmed police shootings across America.
In this film, "Jason McKey" who is played by Jamol Manigault, writes a letter in which he uses to address the council men and women of City Hall detailing his bold suggestion to segregate the police force in his city and surrounding neighborhoods to decrease the rising numbers of police brutality and harassment.
Even though there will be some bumps in the road and a few man made road blocks, young Jason remains determined to invoke change among his peers and his superiors. With the support of his Uncle T, played by Nakia Dillard, and the fire power of City Manager Sammi Brooks (Vivica A. Fox) there's no way 12 year old Jason can lose.
The dialogue in this movie is sure to make anyone rethink strategies and suggest solutions to the issues of over policing and unarmed violence in our communities. Although it's not safe or wise to fight back physically, we as a people must learn to rise above the ignorance, become more culturally and socially aware all while learning how to utilize the resources that have been made available for us to exercise our given rights!
See what the cast and crew had to say about the film, their own experiences and more in this exclusive red carpet recap!
Hugs and love to Vivica Fox, Jamol Manigault, Claudia Jordan, Brian Hooks, Chavar Smalls, Paul Anthony, Amillion The Poet and the rest of the cast and crew!! Your work is sure to inspire the world!!! Special thanks Porsha Hargrove for her exponential support!! xoxoxo!!!!