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Sunday, June 9, 2024

Brittany Chrishawn, Black Woman Who Survived Police Brutality Incident, to Launch New Documentary ‘Unbroken Smile’

Brittany Chrishawn

Nationwide — Award-winning filmmaker and activist, Brittany Chrishawn, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for her poignant and inspiring documentary, Unbroken Smile. The film delves into her personal journey through adversity after corrupt police officers broke her teeth and tried to frame her.

In May 2020, Brittany Chrishawn became a survivor of police brutality when five Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO) officers wrongfully attacked her, resulting in severe injuries, including broken teeth and nerve damage. Her fight for justice exposed the sexual misconduct of these police leading to the arrest of an officer and the unmasking of sexual misconduct against underaged boys.

The Kickstarter campaign for Unbroken Smile aims to raise funds for post-production costs, and backers of the campaign will receive exclusive rewards such as digital downloads and special thanks in the film credits. Higher-tier backers can look forward to unique experiences, including meet-and-greets, producer credits, and private screenings.

Why Back Unbroken Smile?

The impact of Brittany Chrishawn’s story is profound. Shocking stories like these are crucial in pushing for systemic change. Without exposure to such incidents, many people remain unaware of the injustices faced by innocent individuals. This documentary aims to shed light on the harsh realities of police misconduct and educate the community on navigating an unjust justice system.

Unbroken Smile promises to be a compelling and thought-provoking documentary that will inspire and mobilize audiences to demand justice and reform.

The Kickstarter campaign will run for 60 days, beginning June 10, 2024, and ending on August 9, 2024. Brittany Chrishawn and her team are calling on supporters of documentary film, social justice, and human resilience to back the project and help bring these important stories to the screen.

For more information and to support the campaign, visit the Kickstarter page:

Case Update:

Brittany Chrishawn Moore is currently appealing a charge of Resisting Without Violence related to the incident. Her petition for a belated appeal was granted in April 2023 (Online Docket Sdca Fla Courts).

Additionally, she has filed a civil lawsuit against the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and the involved officers (Case No. 3:23-cv-01388), seeking accountability and compensation for her injuries.

For more information, interviews, or to get involved, please contact Brittany Chrishawn Moore at info@unbrokensmile.com