Two boys in trouble at school face a racist high school administration.
Prakshi Malik is a filmmaker, a dancer, and a believer in the transformative potential of storytelling. She grew up in Delhi, India and studied Media and Cultural Studies at Macalester College in MN. She is currently pursuing her M.F.A. in Film Production at University of Texas at Austin. Her films have been screened on PBS and at festivals such as Roxbury International Film Festival, Black Harvest Film Festival, St. Cloud International Film Festival and San Francisco Black Film Festival. She was recently awarded the 2017-18 Student Scholarship by the Association for Women in Media.
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