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[05/12/14 - 09:41 AM]
Investigation Discovery to Air Special Encore of "The Injustice Files: Hood of Suspicion" Featuring Case of Robbie Tolan
Last week, an historic ruling was handed down by the U. S. Supreme Court ordering the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals to revisit the case of Robbie Tolan, who was shot on New Year's Eve of 2008 in his driveway by a Bellaire, TX police officer.

[02/05/14 - 11:31 AM]
Investigation Discovery Explores Whether the Sun Has Set on the Exclusionary Practice of Sundown Towns in Modern-Day America
The latest installment of the network's "The Injustice Files" premieres Monday, February 24 at 8:00/7:00c.

[01/05/13 - 08:47 AM]
Investigation Discovery Asks If American Justice Is Truly Color Blind - "The Injustice Files: Hood of Suspicion"
The project, from Emmy-nominated filmmaker Keith Beauchamp, airs Wednesday, February 13 at 8:00/7:00c.

[02/02/12 - 01:31 PM]
Filmmaker Keith Beauchamp Investigates Cases of Possible Modern-day Lynchings in Investigation Discovery's "The Injustice Files: At the End of a Rope"
The two-hour special premieres Tuesday, February 21 at 8:00/7:00c on the cable channel.

[04/14/11 - 08:04 AM]
Investigation Discovery, America's Fastest-Growing Network, Unveils Largest-Ever Slate of New and Returning Series and Specials for 2011-12 Upfront Season
The network's hefty returning slate includes "Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets," "Disappeared," "Stalked: Someone's Watching," "Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry" and more!

[02/01/11 - 07:57 AM]
With Record-Breaking Ratings Success in January, Investigation Discovery Keeps Momentum Going, Launching Five New Original Series in February and March
New additions include "Sins & Secrets," "Cuff Me If You Can" and "FBI: Criminal Pursuit."

[01/06/11 - 02:07 PM]
Investigation Discovery Teams With Documentary Filmmaker Keith Beauchamp to Explore Key FBI Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases in a New Docu-Series "The Injustice Files"
The three-part series, formerly known as "The Search for Justice," launches Friday, February 18 at 9:00/8:00c.

[12/10/10 - 08:33 PM]
Development Update: Friday, December 10
Updates include: Sam Neill, Parminder Nagra report to FOX's "Alcatraz"; Eric Mabius joins TNT's "Bird Dog"; and Michael Patrick King, Whitney Cummings team for CBS comedy.







INJUSTICE FILES, THE (ID)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
2/18/11 - ???
STATUS:
on hiatus or fate to be determined
TIME SLOT:
completed airing its current season
CURRENT SEASON:
1 (6 episodes)
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
completed airing its first season on 2/24/14; has yet to be renewed for a second season
DESCRIPTION:
(from Investigation Discovery's press release, February 2014) Don't let the sun set on you in a sundown town. That's what signs at the city limits of all-white communities warned when African-Americans were not allowed to live there or even visit after the sun set. This method of exclusion was often held by an official policy or restrictive covenant-. The practice of excluding blacks from American towns was so prevalent that, by 1936, it became the impetus for Harlem civic leader Victor Green to pen the Negro Motorist Green-Book, a guide designed to help African-American travelers avoid places where they could be harassed, threatened, or even killed. Today, it is illegal for sundown towns to exist on paper due to the 1968 Fair Housing Act, but some believe that communities remain sundown by reputation and reluctance to diversify. In the fourth installment of Investigation Discovery's Black History Month anthology THE INJUSTICE FILES, filmmaker Keith Beauchamp takes a cross-country road trip to explore whether these exclusionary practices still exist today. Produced exclusively for Investigation Discovery by Al Roker Entertainment, THE INJUSTICE FILES: SUNDOWN TOWNS one-hour special premieres Monday, February 24 at 8/7c.
CREW INFORMATION:
· Al Roker as EP
· Dan Bowen as EP
· Keith Beauchamp as EP
GENRE(S):
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Al Roker Entertainment