This Black History Month, please donate to help the new short documentary To Be Invisible by Myah Overstreet, Noah McMillan, and William Jenkins. Your contribution will help indie Black filmmakers host community screenings around the country! Emancipate NC co-hosted a community screening of the film in Durham last fall. 

The film sheds light on the injustices in the child welfare system. The documentary follows the journeys of Alexis and Kellie, two mothers impacted by Durham’s foster care system, as they fight to reunite with their children after they were removed from their families by Durham County’s child protective services. 

Donate to their Kickstarter here → 

The goal is to raise $20k during Black History Month. Once fundraised, To Be Invisible will be holding screenings next in Oakland, CA,  Los Angeles, CA,  Philadelphia, PA, Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, IL, and hopefully more! 

Watch the trailer here →