This is a great documentary. Watched it with my son and discussed some of the systemic barriers and limitations that exist, notwithstanding those we put on ourselves. This documentary is really shining a light on this issue and the need to have more BMinWC care for us in our communities and across this country. Hopefully, this grassroots effort will open the eyes, not only of admissions offices, but of black men and women to reach back and pull up another! Mentorship is the keep. Starting early, grade school and MS. Sometimes HS is too late.
Thank you to all those involved in this project! Great work!
This was amazing to watch. I'm in complete support. I sure hope Tripp becomes a doctor! What a sensitive, thoughtful young man he is.
This documentary was great and well received. Thank you for the courage to stand up and being a light during these dark times in our country. My hope is that as people watch this it will open hearts and minds towards change. When I saw the young man at the end crying as he expressed the challenges facing him it caused me to reflect on my own experiences. Even more so how can I use the skills God has given me to be the catalyst for change. Stay encouraged and continue to ignore the haters.
Great education for those of us who can influence and support this movement