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The G-Code: Black Silence | Documentary | 2012

   The G-Code: Black Silence documentary was shot and edited in 2012 by Tahir Asadullah Lee (Christian Allen) & produced by Ramzey Lamar Smith. It takes an in-depth look inside the code of the streets. Capturing firsthand encounters of those affected when people don't come forth with information to help authorities solve crimes. 

   The film focuses on three main stories. Two young black males from Philadelphia murdered in nearby Delaware, a Tampa family loses their loved one due to discrimination and a brief mention of the FAMU drum major Robert Champion, that lost his life due to hazing.