SACRAMENTO – The premiere documentary screening of “S.A.C.” aired last week at Sofia’s Sutter Theatre: Sofia Tsakopoulos Center for The Arts in Midtown Sacramento.

The documentary explores the legacy of Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old unarmed Black man shot to death by Sacramento police officers in March 2018.

 Produced by Sacramento Bee journalist Alyssa Hodenfield, “S.A.C.” is an in-depth look into the lasting impacts of Clark’s death — from the enduring pain felt by his family and community, to the massive protests that helped change local and state legislation.

 The event also served as a fundraiser as a portion of the donations to view the documentary were used to support the Roberts Family Development Center and Rose Family Creative Empowerment.

Watch the trailer for the Bee's Stephon Clark documentary, S.A.C.