Latino VOCES
Hearing Maria’s Voice for the First Time
Director/Producer: : Laurie Coyle
Genre: Documentary
Program Length: 1 Episode/60 minutes

We hear Maria Moreno’s voice for the first time when her former co-worker, Henry Anderson, finds an old audiotape in which Maria testifies about the poverty and discrimination her family faced while harvesting food for a wealthy nation. She is joined by other farmworkers, whose voices evoke a lost past whose traces emerge in the abandoned shacks and overgrown fields of California’s Central Valley.

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