Police relations with black community explored in new document – SOHH.com

Bounce, one of the first stations dedicated exclusively to African Americans, is showing a new must-see documentary. The documentary “Protect or Neglect” will explore the subject of policing and the black community.


Bounce documentary “Protect or Neglect” will examine decades of unrest between the black community and the police through interviews with brutality survivors, academics, civil rights lawyers, former police officers and artists . Among those interviewed are Cedric The Animator and her daughter Lucky kyles, political activist and former MP Stacey Abrams.

The documentary premieres on Bounce TV at 8 p.m. ET on October 27 and will be available on Bounce’s popular subscription streaming service, Brown Sugar, starting October 28.

Pharrell Williams has announced that his massive music festival, “Something In The Water” will not return to the city of Virginia Beach in 2022, and possibly never again. The artist sent a letter to the city government, citing disapproval of their action following the death of his cousin at the hands of police in March 2021.

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