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Reframing Mexico

UNC-Chapel Hill

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Produced by: Patrick Davison, Miguel Najera, Steven King, Don Desloge, Chris Carmichael, UNC & Tec students

"Reframing Mexico" looks at the Mexico City beyond the violent headlines. The site features 12 short video documentaries and multiple interactive features. Topics include a single mother raising children in a large metro dump, a carpenter whose illegal immigration to the US ended when the American dream eluded him, a disabled father overcoming stigma and discrimination, and others. Interactive features include a border crossing game, a "build your own wrestler" feature, and more. This project is a collaboration between UNC Photojournalism and Monterrey Tec. More…


Reframing Mexico

UNC Photojournalism and Monterrey Tec

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Produced by: Patrick Davison, Miguel Najera, Steven King, Don Desloge, Chris Carmichael, UNC & Tec students

"Reframing Mexico" looks at the Mexico City beyond the violent headlines. The site features 12 short video documentaries and multiple interactive features. Topics include a single mother raising children in a large metro dump, a carpenter whose illegal immigration to the US ended when the American dream eluded him, a disabled father overcoming stigma and discrimination, and others. Interactive features include a border crossing game, a "build your own wrestler" feature, and more. This project is a collaboration between UNC Photojournalism and Monterrey Tec. More…


Africa to Australia

SBS

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Produced by: SBS Online, Indian Ocean Productions, 360 Degree Films, Screen Australia

This interactive documentary tells the stories of African immigrants and refugees living in Australia and their struggles and successes in shaping - and being shaped by - Australian society. It is both multi-platform and multi-lingual as the entire site has been translated and subtitled into six of the highest needs languages spoken in the African-Australian community. Each story is also being broadcast nationally across 68 language programs on SBS Radio. More…


Torn Apart Documentary

San Jose Mercury News

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Produced by: dai sugano

As the national debates illegal immigration in the astract, a Bay Area family lives the raw anguish of deportation and the intense fight to stay together. This is their story. More…


Interactive Map Showing Immigration Data Since 1890

The New York Times

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Produced by: NYT Graphics

Select a foreign-born group to see how they settled across the United States and understand trends and determine the ethnic mix of your community. More…


Delivered by Midwives, Fighting for Passports

Brownsville Herald

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Produced by: Kevin Sieff

Thousands of American citizens delivered by midwives along the U.S.-Mexico border are being denied passports. The Department of State suspects that many of them paid midwives to provide fraudulent birth certificates decades ago. After years of voting, paying taxes and, in some cases, serving in the military, their citizenship is in question. More…


Border Stories

Border Stories

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Produced by: Ben Fundis, Clara Long, John Drew, Sophia Dengo

"Border Stories is re-imagining the documentary, one with no beginning, middle, or end. Its only linear aspect is the border itself. We produce short, focused video installments. Isolated from the whole, these pieces may seem disparate, but together they form new meanings that transcend their individual subject matter. In this way, we hope to show - but not get lost in - the complexities of the U.S.-Mexico border region. Each story is important, but there is larger meaning in the mosaic as a whole." More…


Napa and Mexico: The Ties That Bind

Napa Valley Register

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Produced by: Lianne Milton

The Napa Valley's immigrant community give back to their hometowns. Every December hundreds of Napa Valley families return to their hometown to reunite with families and friends and to celebrate Christmas fiestas. More…


Divided Families

Cronkite Zine (ASU)

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Produced by: Nancie Dodge, Carol Schwalbe, Kristin Gilger

Meet some of the people whose lives and whose families are divided by the U.S.-Mexico border. This line has always meant divisions that go far beyond geography or nationality. For many years, families have lost loved ones to distance and the desert, to the pull of new lives and the rejection of old ones. This is more true now than ever. As it has become more difficult to cross the border "legally or illegally, "it has become increasingly difficult for families to stay together. More…


A People Torn: Liberians in Minnesota

Star Tribune

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Produced by: Regina McCombs, Sharon Schmickle, Jerry Holt, Dave Braunger, Jaime Chismar, J. Pinkley

Thousands of Liberians fled their country during a civil war and settled in Minnesota. This package explores the culture of the immigrants, their contributions to the Minneapolis area, and the possibilities for their future. More…


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