In "Students," Hobbs speaks to his experience as a first-grade teacher on Detroit's east side. After Governor Engler's takeover of Detroit's Public Schools, Hobbs realized engaging in the political process was the best way to foster change in the classroom. In Congress, his promises include making education one of his top priorities, as well as fighting to expand early education, establishing all-day kindergarten, and keeping college affordable.
In "Safer," No End Media highlights Hobbs' efforts to safeguard Detroit's neighborhoods, and take on the National Rifle Association. As a young teen, Hobbs experienced how gun violence can devastate families and foster both fear and uncertainty in a neighborhood. In the Michigan House, Hobbs took action against gun violence, authoring a bill that would allow authorities to investigate and confiscate the guns of individuals who may be a danger to themselves or others, after a close friend or relative files a protective order with the court. In Congress, Hobbs aims to continue those efforts.
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Directed by Joe Slade White & Company