Two great films on the same night! One in the Triad & One in the Triangle!

Please consider joining NFWM-NC at one of these great films!

In Durham
Harvest of Shame and Harvest of Dignity at the NC Latin American Film Festival
Tuesday Nov. 16 | 7-9 pm | UNC Global Education Center

Brother Towns - Pueblos Hermanos Photo.jpg
In Greensboro
Join NFWM NC along with the NC Council of Churches and local filmmaker Charles Thompson for an extraordinary evening in Greensboro as we premiere the new film Brother Towns / Pueblos Hermanos. Afterwards, Dr. Thompson will answer questions about the film.
Tuesday Nov. 16 | 7-9 pm | Stallings Ballroom – B, Memorial Student Union NC A&T University

In Durham
Harvest of Shame and Harvest of Dignity at the NC Latin American Film Festival
Tuesday Nov. 16 | 7-9 pm | UNC Global Education Center

On the 50th anniversary of the acclaimed 1960 documentary Harvest of Shame by Edward R. Murrow, the Farmworker Advocacy Network (FAN) and Minnow Media present Harvest of Dignity, a documentary exploring the conditions migrant and seasonal farmworkers face in the United States today. Farm and poultry work is some of the most difficult, most dangerous, and most important work in our community. Largely a Latino population of migrants from Mexico and Central America, these workers still face poverty, food insecurity, hazardous working conditions and few protections under the law. North Carolina is home to roughly 150,000 farmworkers and 28,000 poultry workers and their families. The vast majority of the fruits and vegetables and nearly all of the poultry we eat are picked or processed by hand. However, the people who feed our families through their hard work are often among the worst paid and least protected workers in our state.

Using documentary photos and interviews done by Student Action with Farmworkers interns, film footage with NC farmworkers, legislators and educators, and clips from the original Harvest of Shame documentary, this piece focuses on safe places to live, safe places to work, education, and stronger enforcement of workplace laws. This film was produced in collaboration with the Farmworker Advocacy Network’s Harvest of Dignity campaign to reform conditions for NC field and poultry workers.
Spanish and English with English subtitles

See more at the NC Latin American Film Festival website.

In Greensboro
Join NFWM NC along with the NC Council of Churches and local filmmaker Charles Thompson for an extraordinary evening in Greensboro as we premiere the new film Brother Towns / Pueblos Hermanos. Afterwards, Dr. Thompson will answer questions about the film.
Tuesday Nov. 16 | 7-9 pm | Stallings Ballroom – B, Memorial Student Union NC A&T University

Brother Towns is a story of two towns linked by immigration, family, and work: Jacaltenango, a highland Maya town in Guatemala; and Jupiter, a coastal resort town where many Jacaltecos have settled in Florida.
Brother Towns chronicles a story of how and why people migrate across borders, how people make and remake their communities when they travel thousands of miles from home, and how people maintain families despite their travel. Because we are all immigrants, this is a universal human story, and a quintessential American one. All of us understand family.
Brother Towns is also a story of local and international controversy. News of undocumented immigrants is familiar in nearly every community across the U.S., and citizens must choose how they respond to this issue.
Watch the trailer here: http://brothertowns.com/index_trailer.html
To RSVP, go to: www.welcometheimmigrant.org/greensboro or NFWM NC’s facebook page? Not a friend yet? Become one!

Contact us

National Farm Worker Ministry
P.O. Box 10645
112 Cox Ave., Suite 208
Raleigh, NC 27605
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919-807-8707 (office)