Friday, October 7, 2011


Film about braceros grew from UCI expert’s work (OC Reg)
     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.
     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….
     To view the trailer, click here.


Anonymous said...

Gee, does anyone really care about this stuff? I think not.

Anonymous said...

Yes, plenty of us are interested.

Anonymous said...

6:59, are you serious? Good Lord! Where do these cretins come from?

Anonymous said...

Cretin - a stupid, obtuse, or mentally defective person. (Webster's)

Just because 6:59 asked the question, he/she's a cretin?

I think 9:22 ought to use a dictionary once in a while.

Anonymous said...

4:53, no, 6:59 was called a "cretin," not for asking a question, but for implying an answer: nobody cares about the history of California's brocero program.
The notion that the history of this program is uninteresting or unimportant would find a home only in the mind of a stupid or obtuse person. A cretin.

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