Early Praise for
Dr. Reiland Rabaka [Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies at CU Boulder] is an invaluable voice in this documentary!
Logan Rae Gomez
University of Colorado Boulder
You've chosen wonderful pictures... WONDERFUL image of the flooding and the resident telling us about why black people were placed there.
Colorado Multimedia Artist
Feels like it captures the experience of being Black in Boulder — not being seen or heard but constantly standing out.
It really makes a point without being heavy handed and off putting. Very educational, strong, and full of compassion.
Founder, eCross Culture
Great piece of work.
I can't wait to see the finished film."
President, NAACP of Boulder County
I love this. The intercut body cam footage building with historical background and contemporary interviews is really affecting and shocking.
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History, Union College
There's no safe place for African-Americans to be themselves
Thomas Windham, Ph.D.
50-year Boulder resident
We are at a turning point. Eradicating centuries of racism cannot happen overnight. We must make anti-racism and equity work primary goals if we are to build a vibrant community that can successfully overcome current and future challenges.
Nicole K. Speer
Institute of Cognitive Science, CU Boulder