Warner Bros set to educate people about systematic racism by making “Just Mercy” Free To Rent.
In case you have no idea what racism is all about, you’re about to get a visual teaching on it. Warner Bros just announced plans to educate people about systematic racism by making their film “Just Mercy” free to rent on digital platforms including Amazon, and Apple TV app.
Since the wrongful killing of African American man, George Floyd at the hands of the police last week, there has been a lot backlash from every corner of the world. In all 50 states in America, protests are being held to raise awareness about police brutality on African Americans in the country.
This has caused production company, Warner Bros to make their 2019 film, “Just Mercy” available to educate people about racism. The film stars Michael B. Jordan as a Bryan Stevenson, as a defense attorney appealing for the wrongful murder conviction of an African American man.
We believe in the power of story. #JustMercy is one resource we can offer to those who are interested in learning more about the systemic racism that plagues our society. For the month of June, #JustMercy will be available to rent for free on digital platforms in the US. @eji_org pic.twitter.com/3B2IHMNk7E
— Just Mercy (@JustMercyFilm) June 2, 2020
The film which grossed $50 million also stars Brie Larson, and Jamie Fox, and was directed by Destin Daniel Cretton.