(Belize, 2017) Social / 27 min 7 sec / Belize Kriol w no subtitles / Rated: PG13
Dir: Bilal Morris

This film draws urgent attention to Belize’s gang crisis that has violently traumatized Belize City and exposed the black on black crime that has marginalized Belize’s black men. It documents the intervention program by activists like Abdul Marin Nunez and his work inside Belize City’s most dangerous gang enclaves, as well as the first gang intervention work in the southern districts of Belize where the gang problem has also spread.


About the Director

Bilal Morris is a journalist that has written on a wide aspect of events that include politics, culture, history, world music and Islam. He is a Muslim from Belize in Central America, and has covered a lot of issues relating to Muslims in Central America and the Caribbean. He is an educator with the Los Angeles Unified School District and a documentary filmmaker.