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The Sixth Section Movie Presentation at Tumbleweed :: Phoenix, AZ

On August 1, 2012, the Indocumentales-Tumbleweed film series showed The Sixth Section by Alex Rivera. As the fourth and final film in this series, viewers appreciated seeing this positive story for the finale. The glimpse into migrant workers starting their … Continue reading

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Los Que Se Quedan Movie Presentation at Tumbleweed :: Phoenix, AZ

On July 25, 2012, the Indocumentales-Tumbleweed film series showed Los Que Se Quedan by Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Hagerman. Two Casa de Sueños Case Managers and myself helped facilitate a brief discussion after. One theme that ran throughout the … Continue reading

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Al Otro Lado: To the Other Side Movie Presentation at Tumbleweed :: Phoenix, AZ

On July 18, 2012, the Indocumentales-Tumbleweed film series showed Al Otro Lado, by Natalia Almada. Casa de Sueños Program Coordinator Jacquelin Hawley and myself facilitated the discussion after. The POV discussion guide published on the PBS website provided a helpful … Continue reading

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Which Way Home Movie Presentation at Tumbleweed :: Phoenix, AZ

On July 11, 2012, the Indocumentales-Tumbleweed film series launched with the screening of Which Way Home, by Rebecca Cammisa. Staff from Tumbleweed’s Young Adult Program, the Learning Center, Phoenix Youth Resource Center, Casa de Sueños (CDS), and the Administration Department … Continue reading

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Indocumentales launches 4 part series in collaboration with Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development

Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development is a private, nonprofit agency founded in 1972 to provide emergency shelter and services in Phoenix for runaway and homeless youth. Its mission is to provide a safe space for collaborating with youth and young … Continue reading

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what moves you? presents at LASA Conference in San Francisco

During the Latin American Studies Association conference in May 2012, held in San Francisco, CA, several members of the Indocumentales team presented updates on the project. On behalf of what moves you?, Shamina de Gonzaga described how Indocumentales is designed … Continue reading

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UA CLAS hosts “Al Otro Lado” screening with educators

On May 30-June 1, the University of Arizona Center for Latin American Studies, UA South and Outreach College featured the film Al Otro Lado as part of the 2012 Summer Institute for Educators: Teaching the Borderlands. The three-day Institute provided … Continue reading

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AbUSed: The Postville Raid screened at NYU CLACS

The screening of AbUSed: The Postville Raid marks the 2nd anniversary of the Indocumentales/Undocumentaries: US-Mexico Interdependent Film Series. This film is about the devastating effects of US Enforcement Immigration Policies on communities, families and children. It tells the stories of … Continue reading

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Indocumentales launches series at the University of Arizona Center for Latin American Studies

The Indocumentales film series will be launched in Tucson, Arizona in Spring 2012 as part of the Borderlands Community Film Series. The UA Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) was awarded a Arizona Humanities Council grant to run this series. … Continue reading

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Indocumentales presents “Elvira” at Americas Society

Listen to the Audio archive of Americas Society screening of Elvira On December 20, 2011 Americas Society hosted the New York premiere and screening of ELVIRA (Javier Solórzano Casarín2009). The Mexican documentary film ELVIRA tells the story of Elvira Arellano, … Continue reading

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