Produced by Anne Lewis. (in-progress, 60 min.)
Working-class people in Mexico and eastern Tennessee are caught in the throes of massive economic change, which challenges their assumptions about work, family, nation, and community. The film chronicles nearly a decade of change in Morristown, Tennessee through interviews with displaced or low-wage Southern workers, Mexican immigrants, and workers and families impacted by globalization.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
PRODUCER ANNE LEWIS WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING & DISCUSS THE FILM
Friday, April 7
Dickinson Hall, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
THIS PROGRAM WILL ALSO BE PRESENTED IN BATESVILLE ON APRIL 8.
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