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Chances are, your television was assembled in a poverty-stricken town along the U.S.-Mexico border.
"It was like the fates were telling us we have to be together for 50 years."
A film about war, friendship, and the American New Wave.
"A camera was considered a weapon by the Russians. They shot you on the spot."
"As long as we are out of our country and can't go back, let's just go to Hollywood."
An Italian and a Moroccan travel agent try to manage a multicultural and chaotic clientele.
Three Latina immigrants working in L.A. sweatshops fight for labor justice.
Aid agencies help refugees assimilate into the very foreign American culture.
The murals in Chicago's Pilsen district started a tradition of Latino culture.
A New Orleans Vietnamese community fights a toxic post-Katrina landfill near their homes.
“We were never invited to the table. We have a right to be part of the community-driven process.”
“Why did you put this ... where people don’t speak the language, so you think they can’t protest?”
“Go get all of ... the food and we will cook it together and eat as a community.”
In a time of desperation, an American family tries to migrate to a land of opportunity.
On the U.S.-Mexico border, circumstances lead a border guard to question her loyalty to a biased law.
An elderly man hires a cabbie drive him to a mountaintop where he plans to kill himself.
“Big dog! This place is huge, man. In Africa 10 people could sleep in here.”
“You have tattoo, right? Oh my god, that’s what I’m talking about! Original player!”
William begins losing patience with Solo’s insistence on asking personal questions.
An unforgiving immigration policy sends three young men back to a country they barely remember.
Listen in on a behind-the-scenes conversation about the real motivations of the filmmakers.
Visit a school where American kids are taught social studies, math, and science entirely in Chinese.
Young Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans East mobilized to help their community after Katrina
Four children raise questions about what it means to be American in the 21st century.
Rocky Otoo offers advice to first-generation Americans who are heading to college.
Rose Mapendo struggles to find balance as a mother and full-time advocate for refugees.
Rose is reunited with her daughter, Nangabire, after a decade of apart.
Rose implores a group of Congolese women to take charge of their lives and communities.
Rose's oldest daughter, Aimee, may have paid the highest price during the civil war.
Shelbyville is not Mayberry anymore.
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