Directed by Jesse Collier Sutterley
In a profound exploration of faith, service, and identity, this documentary film follows Brenda Elizabeth Threatt, an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and a military chaplain in the California State Guard. Born in Los Angeles, Threat's story is a captivating tapestry of her spiritual journey, her tireless advocacy for veterans, her innovative response to 9/11, and her reflections on race and personal integrity. From cooking for her grandchildren to designing a license plate that raised $15 million for anti-terrorism in California, her life is a testament to the power of perseverance, love, and community. Guided by a commitment to education and a mission to help others be the best they can be, Threat's narrative echoes across generations and backgrounds, culminating in a heartfelt tribute to the Montford Point Marines and a universal call for goodness and unity. Her story is a soul-stirring reminder that each of us has the potential to make the world a better place, one good deed at a time.