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From local skateparks and protests to deportations and endangered language preservation, this collection of short films explores the personal and collective reckonings of people working towards environmental change, immigration justice and Indigenous resilience.

Alejandra Pablo, a criminalized community organizer and unapologetic immigrant, is preparing for the biggest moment in her life—her deportation case. As her court date nears, this film follows Alejandra in her work for immigration and reproductive justice, all the while reckoning with a system threatening to tear her family apart.

Community Partner

  • Year
  • Runtime
    17 minutes
  • Language
    English, Spanish
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    British Columbia
  • Director
    Maya Micaela Cueva
  • Producer
    Mayra Amaya & Melissa Bueno-Woern
  • Editor
    César Martínez-Barba