We reported last October on musician Edward "Prohaize" Minta’s epic trek from Atlanta to New York City on foot and bicycle to protest police violence. Prohaize wore a body camera to advocate for police use. Now, his journey comes to life in "Justice Trail," a new 30-minute documentary.
"Justice Trail," which you watch see in full above, shares a name with the organization that supported Prohaize’s 750-mile journey. The documentary features footage from his travels—both from a videographer and Prohaize’s body camera—intercut with interviews from prominent anti-police brutality figures, including musicians and Janelle Monáe collaborators Jidenna and Roman GianArthur. The footage captures both support and resistance to Prohaize’s mission, all underscored by narration that includes statistics about officer-involved shootings.
Watch "Justice Trail" above.