Police <> Black Community Relations Explored in New Doc
Bounce, one of the first stations dedicating content exclusively for African-Americans, is airing a new must-see documentary. The documentary “Protect or Neglect” will explore the topic of policing and the Black community.
Bounce’s documentary “Protect or Neglect” will examine decades of turmoil between the Black community and police officers through interviews from brutality survivors, academics, civil rights attorneys, former police staff and entertainers. Among those interviewed are Cedric The Entertainer and his daughter Lucky Kyles, political activist and former House member Stacey Abrams.
The documentary will premiere on Bounce TV at 8 p.m ET on Oct. 27 and will be available on Bounce’s popular subscription streaming service, Brown Sugar, starting Oct. 28.
In #ProtectorNeglect, police brutality victims, community leaders and artists explore a plan forward — from healing to rebuilding trust between law enforcement and the African American community.
— Bounce (@bouncetv)
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