Explore the shocking developments that catapulted the small, liberal state of Connecticut into the national debate on immigration. From political power plays to illegal raids and police brutality, key players and witnesses in this drama share stories from the struggle for justice, understanding and change. Their personal tales are framed by the context of our broken federal immigration system, the hotly debated issue of immigration reform and the international economic and political forces propelling foreigners across borders even at the peril of death.
Here: One Small Blue State’s Struggle With Immigration, a documentary film by Jamie Amadóvar, will play at NH Docs: The New Haven Documentary Film Festival on Sunday, June 7 at 1pm in the theater at Yale’s Whitney Humanities Center on 53 Wall Street, New Haven, CT. Admission is free of charge.
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