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Subject: Latin American Studies

Dirty Secrets: Jennifer, Everardo & the CIA in Guatemala

Dirty Secrets: Jennifer, Everardo & the CIA in Guatemala

by Pat Goudvis

Exposing CIA complicity in Guatemalan human rights violations

Father Roy: Inside the School of the Assassins

Father Roy: Inside the School of the Assassins

by Robert Richter

The CIA's and the Pentagon's secret torture training revealed.

Granito

Granito

by Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates, Peter Kinoy

How to Nail a Dictator

The Global Assembly Line

The Global Assembly Line

by Lorraine Gray

The powerful story of working women and men linked in our new global economy and the business decisions behind it, Emmy Award winner.

Goodbye Baby

Goodbye Baby

by Pat Goudvis

Exploring the controversy around adoptions from Guatemala

If the Mango Tree Could Speak

If the Mango Tree Could Speak

by Pat Goudvis

Ten children ages 12 to 15 share their experiences growing up in the midst of war in Guatemala and El Salvador

Justice for my Sister

Justice for my Sister

by Kimberly Bautista

One Guatemalan woman searches for answers to her sister's brutal murder.

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La Caminata

La Caminata

by Jamie Meltzer

Revealing the other side of the immigration debate.

The Long Road Home

The Long Road Home

by Andrea Leland

The odyssey of a young Guatemalan Maya refugee.

Miles from the Border

Miles from the Border

by Ellen Frankenstein

A portrait of a Mexican-American family caught between cultures

The Most Distant Places

The Most Distant Places

by Mike Seely

A small team of Ecuadorian doctors expanding the possibilities of rural health for their own people.

Our Disappeared (Nuestros Desaparecidos)

Our Disappeared (Nuestros Desaparecidos)

by Juan Mandelbaum

A personal journey to Argentina's dark history of "disappearing" political activists

Palenque: Un Canto

Palenque: Un Canto

by Maria Raquel Bozzi

The African heritage of a Colombian village

The Reckoning

The Reckoning

by Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates and Peter Kinoy

The Battle for the International Criminal Court

Sin País (Without Country)

Sin País (Without Country)

by Theo Rigby

With intimate access and striking imagery, Sin País (Without Country) explores one family's journey as they are separated by deportation.

Special Circumstances

Special Circumstances

by Marianne Teleki and Hector Salgado

Special Circumstances follows former political prisoner, Hector Salgado, back to Chile to confront his perpetrators.

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Stages

Stages

by Meerkat Media Collective & Jay Sterrenberg

A moving portrait of aging Puerto Rican women and urban teenagers collaboratively creating a play out of the stories of their lives.

State of Fear: The Truth About Terrorism

State of Fear: The Truth About Terrorism

by Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates and Peter Kinoy

Based on the work of Peru's Truth Commission, State of Fear dramatizes the human and societal costs a democracy faces when it wages a 'war on terror'.

TRUST: Second Acts in Young Lives

TRUST: Second Acts in Young Lives

by Nancy Kelly and Kenji Yamamoto

What happens in this teen theater company will amaze you.

Witness To War

Witness To War

by Paco de Onis and Deborah Shaffer, David Goodman

One man's journey of conscience from war to peace.