Sunday, August 10, 2008

Great Immigration Documentaries

Snag Films presents some fascinating documentaries that can be watched for free.  One fantastic film is Sentenced Home, a Sentencedhome_72x103 documentary that humanizes the United States' tragically flawed immigration policy.

In addition, Valley of Tears, about the lives of Mexican-American migrant farm workers in Raymondville, TX.  This documentary also is well worth watching. Valleyoftears_72x103 

KJ

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There are a lot of great documentaries available on the web these days. SnagFilm is a good place, but have you tried http://www.johnlocker.com? They have hundreds of amazing documentaries available for free too.

Posted by: Mike | Aug 12, 2008 8:45:45 AM

While I am just a paralegal and a student trying to further her education. Having been born in the US, is a gift; my father camer here as a bracero and it is due to the stories and afanes that he speaks of that have made me want to know about immigration law. In all aspects of life Humanity should be be first. What was the the blonde in Arizona thinking when she signed SB1070? Whoops! She's blonde....she wasn't!

Posted by: Emma Duffield | Apr 27, 2010 11:01:50 AM

i got to agree with mike on this one. being a person that is considered immigrant can ruin your entire way of living.

Posted by: marcus | Jul 6, 2013 9:42:50 AM

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