Doug Harris' 90-minute documentary about the life of
acclaimed Washington DC sculptor Uzikee Nelson. The film blends
history, education, arts & culture, and activism into a highly
charged story about the retired University of District of Columbia
The story reveals Nelson's family history of escaping slavery through the Underground Railroad from Virginia to Toronto, Canada. Uzikee's loud voice and afro-centric public art sculptures over the years have
impacted people and communities around the District of Columbia area.