This program consists of two documentary films and a panel discussion exploring what life is like for Mexican and Guatemalan immigrants in America today.
Mi Raza: Portraitof a Family is an award-winning film about three generations of a Mexican family living in Chicago in the 1970s;
Brother Towns:Pueblos Hermanosis a story of two towns - Jacaltenango, Guatemala and Jupiter, Florida-- linked by immigration, family and work.
This event is FREE and sponsored by Friends of the West Palm Beach Library. Registration is not necessary. We look forward to seeing you.