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Invisible Roots : Afro-Mexicans in Southern California

Format
Online; Online Video; Video
Type
Documentary Films; History; Nonfiction Films; Short Films
Date
2015
Duration
21:04
Summary
This film is an intimate look at Afro-Mexicans living in southern California as they discuss complex issues of racial, national, and cultural identities.
Publisher
Third World Newsreel
Language
English
Notes
by Tiffany Walton and Lizz Mullis.
Features interviews with historians Alva Moore Stevenson and Daniel Cendejaz Mendez ; music by Kemo the Blaxican.
Public performance rights secured. NOTE PPR - Public performances for educational purposes are authorized as long as no admission is charged.
Collection
Robertson Media Center Streaming Content
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License of the Digital File allows institutions to stream the program from a password-protected local server to staff, faculty and registered students only. Institutions may not charge admission or ask for donations during showings. The term of the license is until until January 20, 2021.
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