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    Where is Hope: The Art of Murder

    Police Brutality Against People With Disabilities nationwide is explored in this documentary

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    Where is Hope: The Art of Murder

    Directed by Emmitt H Thrower 2015 68 min
    Feature length Documentary film on Police Brutality Against People with Disabilities. Film explores police brutality this disturbing trend and two disabled survivors who lost disabled love ones at the hands of the police.

    Receive Where is hope two versions., One with Captions and 1 without. 2 videos of interviews of participants. Collaborative poem project

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    Where is Hope: The Art of Murder

    Feature length Documentary film on Police Brutality Against People with Disabilities. Film explores police brutality this disturbing trend and two disabled survivors who lost disabled love ones at the hands of the police.

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