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July 18, 2022 26 min

Erica‘s quest to advocate for her niece, Jorie, hits a wall when Jorie’s teacher doesn’t respond to an offer to learn about the history of Juneteenth and visit nearby Eatonville, the first all-Black municipality that Erica‘s family established. To support Jorie’s critical consciousness, Erica guides her in writing a letter expressing her feelings of exclusion in school, and knowledge about her people’s history. But due to the anti- “critical race theory” legislation in Florida and across the country, Jorie‘s mother does not want Jorie to deliver the letter. Through a unique collaboration with a young music artist in Chicago, Jorie‘s letter becomes a song and a shared call to action.

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