Film Screening: "Eternos Indocumentados: Central American Refugees in the United States"
Join us at 3400 Boelter Hall for a film screening and Q&A with director/producer Jennifer A. Carcamo!
Based on interviews with recently arrived Central American and organizers leading the struggle on the ground in Central America and the U.S., this film captures the stories of refugees and uncovers the root causes of forced migration as well as migrant incarceration. In the words of revolutionary, Salvadoran poet, Roque Dalton, this film captures the lives of los Eternos Indocumentados (the Eternally Undocumented).
This event is organized by the Union Centroamericana at UCLA and co-sponsored by Central American Studies Working Group at UCLA, the UCLA Department of History, the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, the UCLA Center for the Study of International Migration, the UCLA Latin American Institute, and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
This event is free and open to the public.