Howard University Students Launch “Suspicious?” Campaign [video inside]


In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, Howard University students have launched a video campaign against racial profiling. The short film was produced by A NEWMecca Movement Production, [shot by John “JayDex” Ledbetter]. The video depicts Howard University men standing in solidarity wearing hoodies. Several of the men announce their course study and expected graduation date and then ask “do I look suspicious?

Click here for more information on the campaign and efforts of the Howard Community to raise awareness.

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2 Responses to Howard University Students Launch “Suspicious?” Campaign [video inside]

  1. willie james smith says:

    I’m a struggling actor..I would love to do action movies. do my own stunts.

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