Included in this sample reel are clips from:
Tucson Youth Rise Up: Stories from the Arizona Struggle
Tucson Youth Rise Up documents Middle and High School student’s walkout after the passage of HB2281 outlawing ethnic studies in the state of Arizona. It is part of the web series Stories from the Arizona Struggle.
Pan Left worked with women to help them tell their stories of immigration and survival of domestic abuse. Their stories are posted on the web, seen in classrooms, used in service provider trainings and at community screenings.
LGBT Arizona Oral History Project: Community Stories
A short clip from the Arizona State LGBT archive.
Border Crossings/Cruzando Fronteras
Border Crossings/Cruzando Fronteras touches on crucial issues that surround the increased militarization of the U.S./Mexico border. It was made in collaboration with Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras and Coalicion de Derechos Humanos.
Immokalee: A Story of Slavery and Freedom
Immokalee shows this struggle and examines how the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, the group that led a national boycott of Taco Bell, has been so successful through its three-pronged effort of organizing in the fields, education and broad community solidarity.
Poisoned: The Workers of Brush Wellman
Poisoned explores a Brush Wellman ceramics plant located on the Southside of Tucson, Arizona which has a long past of environmental contamination and worker’s health issues.