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I Am You: Immigration in America Film Screening

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

MRISJ welcomes Director Noube Rateau for a screening and a panel discussion about his documentary, I Am You: Immigration in America on November 16 from 4:30-6:30pm in Burnell Hall, Room 132A.

The documentary takes an objective look at varying perspectives of immigration, examining the immigration system from the viewpoint of "Dreamer," "Angel Mom," and first-generation immigrant children.
This documentary screening will be followed by a panel discussion led by the film's director, a BSU alum.

This event is free and open to all who are interested. Pre-registration is recommended, but not required.

About the Film 
This motion picture features Carlito Weaver, Erick Hernandez & Agnes Gibboney. Carlito is a Brockton High Counselor who details the struggles of his father's immigration status. 

Erick shares his story of coming to this country as an undocumented child seeking the American Dream, and Agnes chronicles her tragic story of loss and her concerns about how immigration policies contributed to her grief.  

This documentary aims to educate and encourage empathy from all perspectives.
I Am You: Immigration in America Film Screening