Over a decade ago, a community of Indonesian Christians came to the United States to escape religious persecution. Now, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are threatening to deport them, separating parents from their young U.S. citizen children. Their New Jersey community has rallied to support their fight to stay together as families in the place they now call home. – Filmmaker Kelly Bates
Welcome to Uprooted!
Uprooted is multiplatform (web, tv, dvd) media tool for activists and organizers advocating for migrant rights. It highlights the social, political and economic policies that drive migration. It encourages and enables migrant communities and their allies to document and distribute their narratives.
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