Meek Mill is likely one of the few Black males in America that was capable of overcome a system that was designed to maintain individuals like himself down. After it was found that the police officer who initially arrested Meek was a unclean cop, the Philadelphia rapper had the ammunition he wanted to battle the courts and obtain bond. Although Meek is out from behind jail bars, his battle for private freedom and equality for all is much from over. Spreading consciousness is step one in any activist motion, and Meek has partnered with Jay-Z to assist educate the plenty.
The Rocnation boss and Meek teamed up with Amazon for the 6-episode docuseries Free Meek. The docuseries highlights the penalties of long-term probation for the black neighborhood. Meek revealed a brief teaser for the collection at a current present in Philadelphia, and the clip has since been uploaded to YouTube, as reported by Rolling Stone. “I by no means actually checked out it as a nightmare, I checked out it as actual life for black youngsters in America,” Meek states. “This is actual life.”
“Free Meek is an upcoming documentary collection that can comply with Meek and his battle for exoneration whereas exposing flaws within the prison justice system,” Amazon wrote in an announcement. “The collection will give viewers unprecedented entry to the star’s life, profession, and prison justice odyssey, whereas demonstrating the unfavorable results lengthy tail probation is having on city communities of colour.” Check out the trailer beneath.