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LET CLAY BE CLAY 2013 Trailer

LET CLAY BE CLAY is a feature film by writer, director Darryl McCane and producing partner Michael Hawthorne.  If you lost your child to murder and the case went cold, how long would you fight for justice? 

LET CLAY BE CLAY is about the prevalence of juvenile violence in inner city schools and the fear of retaliation that prevents so many crimes from being solved.  It is based on the true story of a young girl who was raped and murdered by her classmates 20-years ago in the city of Oakland, California.  

Distributors and media may view the entire film by requesting the password and link from media@LetClayBeClay.com

The soundtrack for the film includes original music from Steve Arrington (former lead vocalist for the hit group Slave), Frankie Kash Waddy (drummer and founding member of Bootsy's Rubberband), Blackbyrd McKnight of Parliament/Funkadelic, Jimi Dright from Digital Underground, and more.

Follow us on Facebook and join the discussion about how to end juvenile violence.  We want communities across the country to stand up for mothers of murdered children and support them in their fight for justice.  LET CLAY BE CLAY movie will travel around the country to film festivals in 2013.  Join us at a screening near you. 

Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 1:50PM
Screening at the National Black Arts Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. 
Purchase tickets through NBAF's website nbaf.org

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