Police Brutality and Black Sellout Organizations | Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin | Behind the Scenes
Memphis, Tennessee – Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin, a former political prisoner and political refugee, is the founding member and community organizer at the Black Autonomy Federation located in Memphis, Tn. He is the author of the underground classic, Anarchism and the Black Revolution as well as many other essays and articles about fighting capitalism and white supremacy. He is also working to bring attention to and combat rampant police brutality in the area including the murder of 15 year old Justin Thompson.
This is behind the scenes of the documentary film: “Victims of Misfortune: Changing the Pecking Order”. Victims of Misfortune is a social change documentary. In the light of the police brutality going on across the nation where African boys/men are being gunned down in the streets of America. Most recently is the situation in Ferguson MO with #MikeBrown and in Los Angeles, CA #EzellFord.
Watch the behind the scenes video below…