Until Justice Rolls Down Project

Through documentary films exploring social and judicial injustice, and related supporting action material, the Until Justice Rolls Down Project aims to inspire audiences to take action to affect change at the personal, local, and national level through individual effort and organized unity.

Supporting Action through Unity

In a time of divisiveness, the filmmakers choose to showcase stories recognizing the impact one individual can attain, as well as the power of diverse groups (people from different backgrounds, races, religions, experiences, and political affiliations) who find common ground and join together in respectful unity to implement change.



Currently in development, the first Until Justice Rolls Down documentary focuses on the story of the Freedom Walkers and the 1963 murder of Southern, white, civil rights activist Bill Moore.

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