“Accidental Death” of a Young Black Londoner, The Case of Rashan Charles
A short documentary film on a death by police restraint.
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A short piece on the “accidental death” of young black Londoner Rashan Charles
Shine A Light marks the second anniversary of a contentious death under police restraint. (Warning, distressing content).
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