The 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King’s iconic “I Have a Dream” speech was, ideally, supposed to be met with the actualization of that dream.
But MLK couldn’t imagine that the laws and social constructs that inspired his quest for equality could turn into another evil – the mass incarceration of black males.
Both the struggle for equality and the flawed criminal justice system has torn families apart, devastated communities, and ensured that while one freedom was given, another was taken.
Watch the short film above to explore what the failed war on drugs has done to our communities – and what we need to do to get them back.
MLK started the healing, but now it’s our turn to dream.