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With the ongoing police killings of unarmed African-Americans - and the all-too-common police harassment and arrest of those who dare to record them - dozens of high-profile documentary filmmakers have published a searing open letter urging their community to defend citizen journalists whose potent images "have moved white Americans closer to conscience and consciousness." They also call on justice officials to investigate those abuses of power that are, it turns out, everywhere.