Published December, 2020 by palika in ICE, Legal Video Advocacy, Right to Record, United States
Interviewing with Care: Documenting Stories of State Violence
This guide is for activists, advocates, journalists, filmmakers and anyone conducting interviews on camera for advocacy, media, historical or artistic purposes with individuals who have been directly impacted by state-sanctioned violence, such as abuse by police, corrections officers, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Border Patrol, etc.
This guidance will assist you in ensuring that your approach and conduct before, during, and after filming the interview, whether in person or remote, respect the dignity and human rights of your interviewee.
This resource was created in collaboration with Texas After Violence Project. Download the full guide here.
Illustrations and design by: Gregory Buissereth