September 4th at Make the Road - 5.9M

4 de Septiembre a Make the Road - 6.0M

September 8th at Bluestockings - 5.9M

Post-Katrina reconstruction is still in progress throughout the Gulf Coast, with much of the City of New Orleans still in ruins. This
documentary focuses on those rebuilding this city through interviews with some of the estimated 100,000 Latino migrant laborers who have converged in this area over the past two and a half years. Despite terrible working conditions, massive fraud, a housing crisis, severe harassment by law enforcement, and very limited resources, New Orleans’ Latino community has
mushroomed since the storm and is establishing an infrastructure proportional to its size.

Take a look at how this community is organizing to defend itself against numerous injustices and the attempts to bridge the gap between themselves as new residents and the pre-Katrina population, all within the extremely unique and tragic context of post-Katrina New Orleans.

The documentary will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers.

There will be two screenings:

1) Thursday/Jueves, September/Septiembre 4th--7pm
at Make the Road (in the Big Room/en la Sala Grande)
301 Grove St.
Bushwick, Brooklyn
Presentado en inglés y español.

2) Monday, September 8th--7pm
at Bluestockings
172 Allen St. btw. Stanton and Rivington
Lower East Side, Manhattan

For more information and to view a trailer visit: