Live Young Blood
Directors: Bobby Marvin Holmes and Justin Gladden
USA, 2014, 46 mins
Raw and honest, this film delves into the struggle to reduce gun violence in Baltimore City. Bobby Marvin Holmes and Justin Gladden go deep inside urban communities that are wrestling with ways to change a culture of violence. The film features an array of youth advocates and practitioners who are providing positive solutions to this critical issue, including David Miller, co-founder of Urban Leadership Institute; Annetee March-Grier, Executive Director of Roberta's House; Daniel Webster, Director of the Johns Hopkins's Center for Gun Policy, and Lori Toscano, Director at Baltimore City Health Department's Safe Street program. Live Young Blood is a clarion call to save Baltimore's youth. 4pm $12, $7 members.
Munir Bahar, Organizer of the 300 Men March, a community-led initiative to address violence.
Phil Leaf, Director of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Youth Violence Prevention Center.
Kimberly Armstrong, Community activist who lost her teenage son to violence.
Imhotep Simba, Junior Mentor for Mentoring Male Teens in the Hood.
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