In 2011, unarmed African American teen Jordan Davis was murdered in his car by Michael Dunn after a dispute over loud music. Davis was from Atlanta and his death ignited a national debate about racism and gun violence. Davis’s mother, Lucia McBath, spoke at the Democratic National Convention about her son’s death as an advocate for ‘Mothers of the Movement.’ Filmmaker Marc Silver produced a film entitled “3 ½ Minutes: 10 Bullets,” which chronicles the tragic death of Jordan Davis.
We speak with Lucia McBath and Marc Davis about the social implications of guns and racial violence.
A phenomenal day with a phenomenal group of sister mothers. This is my "sisterhood " and I love them dearly. pic.twitter.com/i1DNeNWHZF
— Lucia Kay McBath (@lucymcbath) July 27, 2016