Friday, March 13, 2015
The Other Side of Immigration asks why so many Mexicans have migrated the United States and what’s happened to the families and communities they’ve left behind. Based on a National Science Foundation-funded survey of 700 Mexican households, this award-winning documentary challenges audiences to think about the many political, economic, and social causes and effects of mass migration from the Mexican countryside. Dr. Roy Germano, the filmmaker and University of Chicago alumnus (A.M. ’03), will be in attendance to answer questions after the screening.
Read a Q&A about the film with Germano by the Maroon here: http://uchiblogo.uchicago.edu/archives/2011/03/maroon_lens_roy_1.html.
Free and open to the public.
Sponsored by the Global Voices Lecture Series, the Committee on International Relations, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, the Center for the Study on Race, Politics, and Culture, Centro Katz, the Center for Latin American Studies and the Center for International Studies.