Disorderly Conduct bears witness to the growing epidemic of police violence in poor neighborhoods and communities of color. Through the use of interviews, archival footage and recent news reports, this sobering, cutting-edge documentary gives a voice to the victims of police harassment, as well as to the families of people killed by the police. The National Black Police Association, National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights, Amnesty International and others analyze police culture, the history of police abuse and the growing problem of brutality. This powerful tape, produced by community organizers, is a highly effective tool for mobilizing action for human rights in the United States.
A film produced by high school students who participated in EVC’s Youth Documentary Workshop, 1997.
Institutions & Libraries: $125.00, Community Nonprofits & K-12: $50.00