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From the fields of medicine, education, food service, and beyond, Latino workers have kept our country going. These are their stories.
While watching the documentary, Chilly and Milly discuss their life together, and their successes and setbacks in life. When Chilly passes away during the pandemic, Milly comes to terms with her loss.
One woman’s journey to heal from childhood sexual abuse evolves into a family bonding over generational trauma.
American Historia takes Leguizamo’s passion from the stage and puts him on the road on a chronological journey traveling throughout Mexico and the U.S. to shed light on both the known and lesser-known stories of Latino history.
Bulls and Saints follows the members of an extended family on both sides of the border, who believe nothing is impossible if you’re willing to break the rules.
A Song for Cesar presents a unique view of the life and legacy of Cesar Chavez and the farmworkers movement.
When she returns to rural West Texas to document the effects of the boom-and-bust nature of the oil industry in her hometown, filmmaker Alejandra Vasquez unexpectedly captures the political transformation that takes place in her family over five years and two election cycles.
A young boy takes on chores and small jobs around his neighborhood to raise money for a ticket to a magic show; but when his grandmother loses her job he is faced with a difficult decision.
The life of Mexican muralist José Clemente Orozco (1883-1949), a life filled with drama, adversity, and triumph, is one of the great stories of the modern era. Despite poverty, childhood rheumatic fever that damaged his heart and an explosion in his youth that cost him his left hand, Orozco persisted in his wish to become a celebrated artist.
The life story of an incarcerated young man, told through dramatic reenactments.