What is the #UndocuScholars Project all about?
This video was produced by and features many members of the #UndocuScholars team. This video set out to let the #UndocuScholars community know that we were with them!
Who are #UndocuScholars?
This video features #UndocuScholars project Co-PI Carola Suarez-Orozco explaining the importance of this project for #UndocuScholars.
We are #UndocuScholars!
In this video, we use many of the words echoed to us by #UndocuSchoalrs to harness the voice of our community to empower and enrich the national conversation.
Documented the film LA premier.
Project PI Carola Suárez-Orozco was invited to discuss #UndocuScholar issues with filmamker and journalist Jose Antonio Vargas at the LA Premier of the CNN produced film Documented.
The Dream is Now
Take Action- http://www.thedreamisnow.org/take-action Help make 11 million dreams come true!
The Dream Is Now, a new 30-minute documentary film by Davis Guggenheim (Academy Award-wining director of An Inconvenient Truth), tells the moving story of those directly affected by a broken immigration system, the undocumented children of immigrants who yearn to contribute more to the country they call home. This thought-providing film puts a human face on the issue and brings attention to Congress’ efforts to pass reform that will give undocumented youth and their families the chance to earn their citizenship.
The Dream is Now with Spanish Subtitles –http://youtu.be/-5RQ1S2q45Q
What is it like to grow up as an undocumented youth in America? In “Undocumented Americans,” three undocumented youth who arrived as young children – Jong-Min, Pedro and Silvia – share their stories of how they are fighting hard to achieve their piece of the American dream. Their experiences are emblematic of the struggles of millions of undocumented children and youth in America who deal daily with isolation from peers, the struggle to pursue an education, fears of detention and deportation and the trauma of separation from family and loved ones. This video calls for valuing the contributions of and caring for all members of our society, even those without documentation. To learn more about this topic, visit http://www.apa.org/topics/immigration.
Why We Rise
Why We Rise is a compelling new documentary short featuring three brave young Asian New Yorkers who reveal what it’s like to grow up without having legal immigration status. Their struggles and their strength are on full display as they come out of the shadows and into the light.
© RAISE: Revolutionizing Asian American Immigrant Stories in the East Coast
Contact & Location
Administrative Specialist, Institute for Immigration, Globalization, and Education
Moore Hall 1033D
457 Portola Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1521