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Chances are, your television was assembled in a poverty-stricken town along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Explore the impact of deportation set against the increased attention to the U.S.-Mexican border.
“Before we could recover his body, Gino had been buried in an unmarked grave in Mexico.”
“I feel more established, my feet solid on the ground, but it’s because I’ve accepted that this is it.”
“When my grandfather drank, he would beat Augie so hard at times that blood would spatter the walls.”
Three Latina immigrants working in L.A. sweatshops fight for labor justice.
The murals in Chicago's Pilsen district started a tradition of Latino culture.
Commerce in Brazil is on the move; street vendors dominate the local economies.
The role of Cuban revolutionaries in the people's struggles in Africa.
A rugby team's plane crashes, leaving them stranded and desperate for 72 days.
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.
How do you teach the children of war that there are choices beyond violence and drug trafficking?
“Love thy neighbor” is easier said than done.
The Parish prepares for Christmas midnight Mass.
The racial divide in Lawrence extends even to the homeless.
Sometimes racial tension boils over into violence.
At nine years old, Priscilla Diaz dazzles the Harlem hip-hop scene.
"We're living in temporary housing. It's considered a shelter."
"My company, DFE, which is Diaz Family Entertainment. I'm the CEO but I'm too young."
"I've got scars here from shooting up heroin. You know what heroin is?"
Cuban boys learn to box and to fight for the revolution in Havana.
Filmmaker Monika Navarro ponders the meaning of "home" in a family affected by deportation.
Director Juan Mandelbaum hopes young Argentinians don't forget "the disappeared."
A group of young Cuban boxers fights not only for their own dreams, for the fading memory of the Revolution.
An intimate profile of America’s first all-female mariachi band.
Amancio Villatoro's remains were the first to be identified as part of an ambitious forensic investigation.
See how a 26-year-old documentary became vital forensic evidence in the trial of a dictator.
Journey into the heart of Bolivia's democratic revolution.
The Mariachi program of Zapata High School gets creative to raise funds in the face of budget cuts.
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