video premiere: ayoinmotion issues call-to-action against police brutality in hair-raising visual ‘outrage on the front page (ofp)’

January 13, 2017

Whoa. This morning we’re debuting Ayoinmotion’s intense visual for social justice, ‘Outrage on the Front Page (OFP)’. A six-minute short film that challenges the society that made it possible for a police officer to get away with shooting a fleeing, unarmed man in the back, and on camera. That challenges our reactions to violence and how we can channel that energy more impact-fully. “For me OFP is as much of a reflection of society as it is call to action on an issue that affects us all,“ Ayoinmotion tells AFROPUNK. ”We can’t lament in outrage after every viral video of police brutality and then move on with our lives the next week like nothing happened, till it then happens again. This is cycle is further compounded by recent presidential electoral results, which I would hope indicates that silence on social justice isn’t a luxury we can afford!”

By Erin White*, AFROPUNK contributor

Produced, Written, Narrated – Ayoinmotion
Directed by Andreas Wu
Supporting Lead (Police Brutality Victim) – Eboni Flowers
Scored and additional vocals- Edson Sean
Body Painting – Jocelyn Goode
Creative Consultant – Jon Souza

*Erin White is an Atlanta-based writer and AFROPUNK’s editorial and social media assistant. You can follow her on Tumblr or friend her on Facebook. Have a pitch or an inquiry? Shoot her an email at