Directed By: KahRa Azania Martin ⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 1m 23s

No Justice No Peace is a short film about police brutality within the Black community and how over 40 years later we as a community are still facing the same problems. It takes the underbelly of the 1978 Buddy Evans protest and puts it with the faces of Black youth of today. This film reflects on how the pain of our ancestors still affects us. Nothing has changed.

About the Director:

KhaRa Martin is an advocate, actor, singer, and filmmaker from Pickering/Scarborough Ontario. KhaRå has been in love with performing and storytelling since she was 5 years old. It wasn’t until KhaRå graduated from the OYA Emerging Filmmakers program that she fell in love with screen writing and documentary filmmaking. Her ability to use sound and the camera as another character to convey the story is captivating. In her spare time KhaRå runs a community based organization called the Youth Vote Counts which advocates for voter literacy amongst youth ages 16-24.

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