Black officials in cities with significant black populations face a unique task. They are elected by everyone, to protect everyone, knowing all too well that the worst crimes and policies affect their own race. This feature-length film will explore those tensions, as well as the possibilities for real change, by following two black officials elected in Durham, North Carolina in 2018: Satana Deberry, District Attorney, and Clarence Birkhead, Sheriff of Durham County.

Director | Angela Tucker & Kristi Jacobson