William Tyner is a filmmaker and currently works as a researcher at Google across questions of justice, equity, and product inclusion. William is also the recipient of the 2018-2019 Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship, Code for America Fellowship, and San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation Fellow. William studied Anthropology at Wesleyan University.
Robin Wonsley Wolobah, Toshira Garraway, and Jeanelle Austin are all dreaming of new paths forward from the intersections of racial capitalism, police violence, and climate crisis. The film uplifts their collective wisdom and methods of building resilient abolitionist geographies, drawn from their fight for healing justice. Together they explore the complicated questions, decisions, and tensions that arise both in movement spaces and in their personal lives, as they also consider their individual paths toward inner healing.