Money line of the promo interview . . .
As a self-described “white boy from Johnson County” who now lives in Brookside, Brick says he’s troubled not just by the violence on Kansas City’s East Side, but by how oblivious people are to it elsewhere in the city. “I’d wake up and expect to read in the paper about what I’d seen the day before, but none of it was in the paper,” he says. “If the shooting doesn’t involve celebrities, young children or a police officer, media outlets often choose not to cover it.”
Filmmaker Jon Brick at work editing his documentaryPhoto by Jennifer WetzelRosilyn Temple is part of a club she never asked to be in.After her 26-year-old...