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Guerrilla Drive-In screening of Crossing Arizona (5/1)
by Ramiro
Monday Apr 30th, 2007 3:13 PM
After the Watsonville march, the Guerrilla Drive-In will screen the new documentary CROSSING ARIZONA in downtown Watsonville.
CROSSING ARIZONA screening after the Stop the Raids/Migra Rights march in Watsonville. The march begins in the plaza at 5:00PM, there will be music and snacks served in the plaza after the march, and the screening will follow once it's dark enough, outside the Brown Beret office (by the plaza).

The Guerrilla Drive-In, Migrawatch, and the Watsonville Brown Berets have teamed up to make this MayDay an unforgettable/educational one. COME OUT AND SUPPORT!

For info on Crossing Arizona, visit


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by via CAZ
Monday Apr 30th, 2007 4:49 PM
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With Americans on all sides of the issue up in arms and Congress embroiled in a knock-down-drag-out policy battle over how to move forward, CROSSING ARIZONA shows how we got to where we are today . . .

Heightened security in California and Texas has pushed illegal border-crossers into the treacherous Arizona desert in unprecedented numbers – an estimated 4,500 a day. Most are men in search of work, but increasingly the border-crossers are women and children seeking to reunite with their families. This influx of migrants crossing through Arizona and the attendant rising death toll have elicited complicated feelings about human rights, culture, class, labor and national security.

“Crossing Arizona” examines the crisis through the eyes of those directly affected by it. Frustrated ranchers go out day after day to repair cut fences and pick up the trash that endangers their livestock and livelihoods. Humanitarian groups place water stations in the desert in an attempt to save lives. Political activists rally against anti-migrant ballot initiatives and try to counter rampant fear mongering. Farmers who depend on the illegal work force face each day with the fear that they may lose their workers to a border patrol sweep. And now there are the Minutemen, an armed citizen patrol group taking border security into their own hands. As up-to-date as the nightly news, but far more in-depth, “Crossing Arizona” reveals the surprising political stances people take when immigration and border policy fails everyone.
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