The Black and Blue Code is an educational film that discusses the history of policing, trauma, and best practices when dealing with police. This resource is a comprehensive guide for "The Talk," and is essential for Black and Brown youth ages 12 to 30, teens of all races, and people with disabilities and their loved ones. For the price of a pair of shoes, you and your loved ones will have information that can be life-saving.
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Expected Release Date: 10/11/2022
The Black & Blue Code - Film and eBook
Retail Price: $115.98
Discounted Price: $59.99
What you receive:
- Black and Blue Code (45-minute film)
- The three groups of people at high risks to experience excessive force by police
- Black and Blue Code Tenets
- A History of Policing
- eBook containing the full text to “The Black and Blue Code” film
Workshops and Speaking Engagements
Available for community members, teens, and educators. Session lengths can range from 2 (two) hours to multiple weeks.
What you receive (Varies):
- Black & Blue Code (45 – minute film Full text of film
- Focused discussion to prepare audience for the content
- Full facilitation with guided Q&A, discussion and reflection questions
- Group mind and body exercises after pivotal sections
- Links and additional resources related film content
Ira A. Harden was raised traveling between the different worlds of Davis, CA, and Bridgeport, CT. Over the years, after living in numerous cities across the United States, he has observed often how demographics impact outcomes in judicial and education systems, and how mindset and habits greatly determine destiny. Ira has earned degrees from The Howard University, the University of Southern California, and Vanderbilt University. He has taught middle school and high school science, college mathematics; he was Teacher of the Year in the Inglewood Unified School District, and was a participant in NASA’s Airborne Astronomy program. He cares deeply about the well-being of people and children and is dedicated to helping communities build positive relationships with law enforcement.