These 3 videos resulted from a two day workshop for Immigrant Women Activists in video production this July 2018, led by Emerald Isle Immigration Center with Third World Newsreel and the Museum of the Moving Image. 31 women of different backgrounds and ages participated, learning basic video production concepts and creating these videos. The videos premiered at the Museum of the Moving Image on October 19, 2018. This pilot project was made possible in part by a grant from the Queens Council on the Arts.
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RIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION is available for free on YouTube and Vimeo.
Isabela Carvalho Macedo
Maria Juliana Ceron
Erycka de Jesus
Cruz Susana Torres Cano
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