The call film is an adaptation of the call that Eric Garner’s family made to the police officers who murdered him.
This film, however, is not an attempt to make sense of what happened, but instead to examine what happened to Eric Garner, the young black man who died from a chokehold.
The Black Loves Matter movement started out as an anti-police protest movement, but it has since become a movement to end racial disparities in police interactions, and it has evolved into a nationwide movement that seeks to make a difference in everyday interactions between police and the communities they serve.
The call is a video that shows how the Black Lives Matters movement has impacted how black Americans think about and interact with the police.
The film begins with the family’s call to the New York City police, in which Eric Garner was killed by a cop for no reason other than the fact that he was a black man.
The video then cuts to an interview with Garner’s friend who was also killed by the police, and the video ends with the families friend telling a police officer that he will not be punished for his death, which is why he has chosen to make the video.
“I am not going to be arrested,” the officer says.
“Because you are going to make me do it.”
As the video continues, Garner’s cousin, Travon, is heard saying, “I want you to make him do what you’re going to do to me.”
As Garner’s death draws widespread attention and protests in the United States, the Black Lives Matter movement has emerged as a movement of protest.
It has taken the lead in calling for an end to police violence against the African-American community, including in the case of Eric Garner.
“The Black Lives Movement has brought about a paradigm shift,” said Shari Scott, a researcher and filmmaker with the Media Research Center.
“It’s not only been a radical, transformative moment for African Americans but it’s also been a watershed moment for Black America in the sense that the way police interact with Black people, and especially in communities of color, is going to have a profound effect on how Black lives are policed.”
This film follows the lives of the Garner family and their friends who were witnesses to the incident.
“When Eric Garner died, there was a sense that he had been shot because of his color,” said Eric Garner Jr., who attended school with his cousin and was a student at the same high school as Garner.
He also said that Garner had a history of mental health issues.
“His mother was a mental health patient who was in prison for nonviolent offenses,” said Garner Jr. “My grandmother was in a mental hospital, and that was in the 1960s, so she had been in mental hospitals.
When Eric Garner got shot, he was unarmed and unarmed in front of me.
And he was walking in front with his hands up, and I said, ‘I have a gun.’
He said, `No, I don’t have a weapon.’
And I said ‘I do not have a firearm.’
And he said, “No, but you’re not getting shot.’
And that’s what led to the shooting.
“The Black Family’s Call to the Police video begins with a recording of the New Yorker reporter Mark Halperin saying that Eric, a 19-year-old, had been “touched, choked, put in a choke hold, and then arrested.
He was unarmed. “
He had no weapon.
He was unarmed.
He wasn’t even moving,” Halperino said.
“That is what I was able to film that day, and now that video is out, that is what the Black Family has been able to do.”
The clip ends with Halperinos mother speaking to the camera.
“We just want to talk to you,” she says.
The family then starts to take turns addressing Halperinas video, asking the camera to “get away from us.”
“I just want you out of my house,” says Eric’s cousin Travondel.
“Please, please, please get out of here,” says another cousin.
“Get out of this house.
I don’ want you around my children,” says a third cousin.
As the family walks away, Halperini says, “This is not about me, this is about Eric.
This is about him.
He died for no other reason than his color.”
The next morning, Eric Garner Sr. is heard in a phone call telling police officers that he did not intend to shoot.
“Eric didn’t shoot me, that’s the truth,” his son Eric Garner said.
The footage then cuts back to Halperines mother, who is also on the phone.
“You killed him,” she is heard telling Hal