Beyond Inclusion: Critical Role of People of Color in the U.S. Documentary Ecosystem

Sahar Driver, Co-Director of Color Congress &
Equal Voice | Equal Future Editorial Board Member

It is in many respects an ascendant time for documentary film as an artistic, commercial and social justice medium. Documentary film is used by artists and advocates to advance social change, it can be a platform to shape or contest cultural and political power, and to create or dismantle cultural narratives and form worldviews and values.

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