Tag: op-doc

A conversation with Latinos on race

A new Op-Doc by The New York Times, “A conversation with Latinos on Race,” is part of the NYT’s “Conversation on Race,” a series...

Two Countries, No Home

When we hear the term “DREAMers” today, we often think of a group of young immigrants brought to the U.S. without documentation by their...

Occupy Bakery

https://youtu.be/vCrNrG8n8lU The following article originally appeared on the New York Times. The following are thoughts on Rachel Lears and Robin Blotnick on how they came to...

Paraíso: Immigrant Window Cleaners at Work in Chicago

This article originally appeared on The New York Times. https://youtu.be/2YxBwnpLpWo The following are thoughts from the filmmaker, Nadav Kurtz, on why he decided do produce an...

The Consequences of a Militarized Border

More border security. That’s what opponents of immigration reform have repeatedly called for and is one the main reasons why reform has stalled in...

The Caretaker

The New York Times’ series of op-docs brings to light many of the key social issues facing our society today. The Caretaker is about Joesy,...