Trailer for The Fixers — a collaborative film series about democratic process, public policy and who tells Cleveland's story during the 2016 RNC.
A day in the life of one of Cleveland's 25 Wraparound School Site Coordinators.
A lifelong-time public transit rider talks to fellow riders in Fairfax/Kinsman about their experience using local transit, and the impact of both investment and divestment on what services are available to them.
RA Washington & Jacqueline Greene
Examining the implications of Cleveland hosting a political convention while its police department is under federal oversight for a pattern of police violence.
A seventeen-year-old organizer interviews friends and family about what growing up in Kinsman (one of several Cleveland neighborhoods that's experienced a spike in gang-related murders) has meant to their lives.
A long-time entrepreneur and community leader from Fairfax/University Circle describes how her community-based nutrition classes are helping Cleveland residents address symptoms of preventable disease through plant-based cooking.
Maria Miranda & Susan Greene, With Birthing Beautiful Communities
A Cleveland reproductive health advocate and a long-time midwife drew together local practitioners to examine how doula and midwife involvement before, during and after labor is helping address Cleveland's high infant mortality rate, particularly among women of color.
The six Fixers films will be serially released between May 20 and the 2016 Republican National Convention.