Dilsey Davis lives in Durham, NC. She most recently produced and directed documentary shorts for ITVS/Independent Lens on rural jails in the South including ZOO CREW, SHERIFF PAULA DANCE and DAUGHTERS OF ADDICTION. She’s currently working on a feature about the 1969 protests at Duke University.
An interfaith, interracial choir in Durham, North Carolina is forced to take a new direction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Members of the choir, which is dedicated to racial unity, must grapple with the dual crises of the coronavirus pandemic and police killings of African Americans, all while trying to sing as one unit while living miles apart.