According to a 2018 Brookings Institute study, North Nashville’s 37208 zip code had the highest incarceration rate in the US (14%, or one in every three young men.) To outsiders, this is a stat that defines the neighborhood. But to residents of North Nashville, it’s a rallying cry to serve its people, invest in its youth, and safeguard the culture from being yet another victim of gentrification. Told through the eyes of several key activists in the community, “Out North” shines a light on the hopeful story of 37208. It is a story of opportunity and reinvestment into an otherwise underserved community. It is a story rooted in civil rights, overcoming disaster, the legacies of institutionalized racism, and committing to creating a more resilient culture in the face of a changing city. Featuring: Rasheedat Fetuga, Jamel Campbell-Gooch, Kelly Bonadies, Dr. Learotha Williams, Clint Gray, Lorenzo Washington, Hambino Godbody, Mic True, Cameron Drake, S-Wrap A Bindery Film Presented by Fiverr Directed By: Eric Ryan Anderson & Gabby Woodland Produced By: Kat Glazer & Greg Beauchamp Executive Produced By: Adam Winograd & Duncan Bird Edited By: Andy Peters & Matt Dunne Director of Photography: Nyk Allen Post Producer: Jen Gothard Color: Jenny Montgomery Sound Design/Mix: Calvin Pia Original Poetry by: S-Wrap A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO: Gideon’s Army, Kate Briefs, Contrast Visuals, Nashville Camera, Justin Hughes, Paul Williams, East Nashville Edit Suite, Fisk University, John Hope and Aurelia E. Franklin Library, Special Collections, Tennessee State University, St. James Missionary Baptist Church, Aron Wright, Events 1220, JamersonSGC, Norf Art Collective, Michael McBride and James Threalkill, LeXander Bryant, The City of Nashville