No Justice, No Peace: California’s Battle against Police Brutality

‘No Justice, No Peace – California’s Battle Against Police Brutality and Racist Violence’ is an original Liberation News documentary about the growth of a new, dynamic people’s movement against police brutality.

The film is centered around the organizing efforts of more than 40 families of police brutality victims for a statewide march in Anaheim, Calif., on July 21, 2013–the oneyear anniversary of the historic uprising against the Anaheim police after the killing of Manuel Diaz and a subsequent violent attack on neighbors who peacefully objected. It features footage from significant demonstrations leading up to July 21; the organizing efforts of participants; interviews with families, attorneys, activists and leaders in the police brutality movement; and the powerful July 21 action that shut-down the Anaheim police station.

This documentary was made by Los Angeles filmmaker Ben Huff. He is also a teacher at the California Institute of the Arts. It was co-filmed and produced by ANSWER activist and organizer Krissana Limlamai.

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