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Becker, born Dominga Sic Ruiz, is a survivor of the 1982 Rio Negro
massacre in Guatemala and an American adoptee raised in Iowa. She
returns to Guatemala almost twenty years after the massacre and
becomes a victims-rights advocate for survivors at great personal
La ciudad: the
picture of present day immigrant life in New York City. The film's
four stories center on Â“a group of day-laborers scavenging for
bricks; two teenagers from the same hometown who meet in the
projects and fall in love; a homeless father who tries to enroll his
daughter in school; and a garment worker who seeks justice in the
History of the Mexican American civil rights movement.
Chronicles various aspects of the struggles for equal rights by
Portrays the Chicano experience from its roots in pre-Columbian
history to the present.
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Â– Archive for
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America: crossroads of the Americas.
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