"On the third of July in 2019, my family and I visited the Poulsbo waterfront fireworks celebration. By the end of the night we were in the presence of what is an all too common American experience. A Native American man lie dead, having been shot in the face by the police in the middle of a crowded family event. Twenty minutes later, the same crowd who witnessed the shooting, turned around and cheered a fireworks show. This podcast will try to piece together the details of the event, make sense of the moment, and delve into people’s state of mind when witnessing an event like this."
Dom Campese is an Emmy award-winning Producer/Editor. For the last five years he has donated his time and skills to helping tell stories of those affected by an inadequate system of justice.