Two young Black women Chicago activists are at the center of the new documentary 'Unapologetic'

CHICAGO — When filmmaker Ashley O’Shay began work on her documentary “Unapologetic,” two Chicago police killings were at the forefront of efforts for accountability and reform: That of Rekia Boyd, the 22-year-old Black woman who was fatally shot in the back of the head by Dante Servin, an off-duty police detective, and Laquan McDonald, the 17-year-old Black teenager who was shot and killed by Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke.The lives and work of two young Black women activists, Janaé Bonsu and Ambrell Gambrell (who raps under the name Bella Bahhs), are at the center of “Unapologetic,” wh…

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