A UCI professor’s documentary film about the bracero program, much of it made in Orange County, will be screened and discussed at two upcoming events.To view the trailer, click here.
Producer and co-director of the film was Gilbert G. Gonzalez, a professor emeritus of Chicano studies who has written extensively about Mexican labor in the United States and about the bracero program.
The award-winning film, called “Harvest of Loneliness: The Bracero Program,” took more than four years to make and cost about $85,000. It grew from his study of Mexican American labor history….
Friday, October 7, 2011
Film about braceros grew from UCI expert’s work (OC Reg)
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