On November 23, 2012, Michael Dunn, a middle-aged white man, shot and killed black 17-year-old Jordan Davis at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida after Davis refused to turn down the volume of his music. ‘3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets’ draws on 200 hours of footage to reconstruct the night of the murder, the trial, and Jordan’s parents’ journey through grief and activism.

On this week’s Listen Frontier podcast we talk with Sabine Brown and Sara Lenet-Rotenberg about the movie and about their organization,Moms Demand Action – OK.”

After the movie a panel discussion will take place that examines “the intricate web of racial prejudice in 21st century America and the effects of ‘Stand Your Ground Laws.'”

Panelists include:
Drew Diamond, Former Tulsa Chief of Police
Rev. Gerald Davis, Minister of Church of the Restoration Unitarian Universalist
Dr. Art Williams, Professor of Sociology-Langston University
Mana Tahaie, Director of Mission Impact-YWCA Tulsa

Special discounted ticket price: Adults $6.50, Students $5.00
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