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Filmmaker hopes inner-city documentary produces hope

Ira McKinley addresses a crowd in Albany earlier this year to protest the shooting of Trayvon Martin. (Bhawin Suchak photo)
Ira McKinley addresses a crowd in Albany earlier this year to protest the shooting of Trayvon Martin. (Bhawin Suchak photo)
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The story may seem one of hopelessness, but that’s not the way Bhawin Suchak sees it. “Throwaways,” a 62-minute film documenting the struggles of activist Ira McKinley and his fight for positive change in the inner city, will be released sometime early in 2014, and Suchak, who directed, produced, filmed and edited the project, is hopeful people will come away inspired and not discouraged after viewing the movie. “We really tried to end the film ...


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