I Can’t Breathe: A CJM Memorial

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WDSE•WRPT is proud to present the broadcast premiere of the documentary “I Can’t Breathe: A CJM Memorial,” Executive Produced by DanSan Creatives and Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial, Inc. The documentary reflects on the perspectives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) amidst the unrest around police brutality and the murder of George Floyd through intergenerational stories that highlight individuals’ coming of age 100 years after the lynching of three black men in Duluth.

Throughout the documentary, we will also pause and have conversations in-studio with guest host Carl Crawford, Duluth’s Human Rights Officer, and documentary creators Daniel and Sandra Oyinloye to learn about the making of the film, to dive deeper into some of the film’s main themes and to learn more about what we all can do to address issues around race in our community.

Available to stream on YouTube and PBS.org

Additional Resources

Duluth Human Rights Office
Duluth NAACP
National NAACP
Men as Peacemakers
Additional Videos on Race in our Region and America