Following the repercussions of the 2012 shooting death of unarmed African American teen Jordan Davis and the consequences of Florida’s Stand Your Ground laws
3 ½ Minutes examines the murder of Jordan Davis by Michael Dunn; the wider implications of the “Stand Your Ground” self-defense law; and the devaluing of black males. With intimate access the film follows the trial of Michael Dunn and it's profound impact on Jordan's family and friends. At the same time, the sentiment of the greater community is captured including national media, protestors, local talk radio shows, political pundits, and local citizens in Jacksonville as they ponder the role of systemic racism in Jordan’s death and their lives.
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