The Immigration Paradox takes a critical and in depth look at one of the most divisive issues in human global history-immigration. After encountering an immigrant crossing the Arizona desert, Emmy Award Winner and Filmmaker Lourdes Lee Vasquez set out to understand why people would risk their lives to come to the U.S.
In an era of increased global mass migration what does it mean to be an American? In this conversational piece, Filmmaker Lourdes Lee Vasquez unlocks additional never before seen footage filmed during her original 7 year journey.
FRONTLINE examines how Trump turned immigration into a powerful political weapon that fueled division and violence. Go inside the effort by three insurgents to tap into populist anger, transform the GOP, and crack down on immigration.
The inside story of Guatemalan teens forced to work against their will in Ohio. An investigation of labor trafficking exposes a criminal network that exploited undocumented minors, companies profiting from forced labor, and the US government’s role.
This film, a modern day "Grapes of Wrath," follows Jairo and his extended family of undocumented immigrants from their home in Mexico to a dairy farm in the USA in search of a better life and a means to send money home to their struggling families. Along the way, they encounter dangerous border crossing conditions and a run-in with immigration authorities. This film explores why immigration remains an enduring issue for our country.
Even though they are entitled to the same rights and freedoms as all Americans, many of these children are growing up with the constant fear of separation from their parents. In addition, never having met their grandparents or other family members, they don't have a clear sense of who they are and their heritage. All of these things negatively impact their welfare and that of society.
WHAT HAPPENS TO CHILDREN WHEN PARENTS ARE DEPORTED? The Deportation of Innocence seeks answers to this question. It tells the story of four children and their immigrant families as they struggle to come to term with deportation and the long lasting effects this has had on their lives.
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