October 21 – 22

87 MIN

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“Georgia es bien racista,” says the mother of an 18-year-old DACA recipient who dreams of attending college, and in a state where undocumented students are barred from the top schools and forced to pay tuition at often four times the in-state rate, it’s hard not to see her point. Silvia, Aldo, and Alejandro are outspoken Dreamers—students, workers, activists—who hope to beat the odds stacked against them and attain college degrees. They are all marking time: in college applications accepted and rejected, dreams deferred, and menial jobs worked to save tuition money. Meanwhile the end of their American dream is just an executive order away. Uplifting and heartbreaking all at once, this is a chronicle of struggle and a call to conscience. -JK

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Community Partner: Nuestra Voz