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Ties That Bind: Immigration Stories

This program looks at the human drama behind the current debate over U.S. immigration policy. It roams both sides of the Texas-Mexico border, exploring the root causes of why Mexicans immigrate. The role played by transnational corporations and their social and economic impact on both Mexicans and other North Americans is considered. A second segment explores the determination of immigrants and questions why current immigration policies are the most restrictive in years. A third part discusses the strong family values immigrants bring with them as having a positive impact on U.S. culture. Immigrant organizations are examined within the context of the American citizen action tradition. (56 minutes)



 
                    

Item#: BVL8147
Copyright date: ©1996
DVD ISBN 978-1-4213-7687-5




     
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Biculturalism and Acculturation Among Latinos

Many Latinos struggle with pressures to reclaim and reaffirm their heritage while simultaneously facing pressures to assimilate into the dominant American culture. This program examines the question of what part of their culture Latinos feel they sho...(more details)
 
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Victim of Two Cultures: Richard Rodriguez
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Richard Rodriguez, the son of Mexican immigrants, calls himself "a comic victim of two cultures." He started out speaking nothing but Spanish, and now argues for education in nothing but English. A Fulbright scholar with degrees from Stanford and Col...(more details)
 
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Hispanic Americans: One or Many Cultures?
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Anglo-Americans tend to lump Hispanics together, forgetting that the category covers a wide range of cultural backgrounds. Mexican culture is different from Puerto Rican culture, and so on. In this program, three Hispanic Americans-New York Justice F...(more details)
 
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Latin Beat: Latino Culture in the United States
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Drawing on interviews with more than fifty major personalities from a broad cross-section of disciplines, this tour de force both analyzes and celebrates the growing influence of Latino culture in the U.S. Featured guests include artist Andres Serran...(more details)
 
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The Changing Role of Hispanic Women
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The traditional role of wife and mother is changing rapidly to that of independent, self-sufficient working woman for many American Latina women. In this program, several prominent Latina women, including author Isabel Allende, and actress Jennifer L...(more details)
 
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