After Broad and Market

By The WNET Group

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Category: Documentary

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In 2003, WNET journalist Jenna Flanagan reported on the murder of 15-year-old Newark native Sakia Gunn. Now, 20 years on, Flanagan revisits the story to examine what progress might have been made in protecting Newark’s queer youth -- and how exactly justice was served in one of New Jersey’s first prosecuted LGBTQ+ hate crime homicides. Flanagan sits down to talk with those whose lives intersected with Sakia’s — from her classmates and friends to the wide community of academics, artists, journalists, and politicians that got to know Sakia only after her death. Join us as we explore the impact of one person’s life on a whole community in WNET’s original multipart documentary podcast series.

Episode Date
Bonus Episode: A Libation for Sakia
Aug 28, 2023
Episode 5 - Breaking the Cycle
Aug 28, 2023
Episode 4 - What Can We Learn?
Aug 14, 2023
Episode 3 - Reporting on Newark as a Black Woman
Jul 24, 2023
Episode 2 - Queer Intersections in Black Culture
Jul 10, 2023
Episode 1 - Sakia
Jun 26, 2023
Introducing After Broad and Market
Jun 09, 2023