Warner Bros. Makes Just Mercy Free to Rent to Encourage People to Learn About ‘Systemic Racism’ – free to view through the end of June on all digital platforms in the U.S.
Just Mercy tells the real-life story of Bryan Stevenson and his work to free wrongly-convicted black men
Warner Bros. is giving people a tool to learn more about “systemic racism.”
The studio is offering free rentals of last year’s drama Just Mercy, which follows the life of human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson. Stevenson, played by Michael B. Jordan in the movie, is a lawyer who for the past 31 years has worked tirelessly toward freeing wrongfully convicted inmates from death row and reforming the criminal justice system in America.