Sneak Peek: Revisiting CJ Hunt Podcast

CJ Hunt: In New Orleans, the neutral ground, that grassy median between two streets, is where people meet up to barbecue and be with their neighbors and catch beads and eat King Cake for Mardi Gras. It is a community space. It is also where the Confederacy chose to build all of its monuments. So the film is asking this question, what does it mean that the public space, intended for all of us, is literally occupied by 150-year-old army who fought to keep the majority of this city in chains?