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HEALTH UNDOCUMENTED is a new powerful documentary film at the crossroads of the current national debate over healthcare and immigration. The film follows the journey of a courageous group of activists as they build a free clinic for undocumented immigrants, and explores the poignant stories of immigrant families who struggle to access basic healthcare.

To bring these stories to diverse audiences nationwide we have launched an OUTREACH TOUR. Through live screenings followed by discussions, and other events, we aim to inspire, educate and spark thought-provoking discussions about healthcare inequalities and immigration in America.

Interested? Contact us to book a screening of HEALTH UNDOCUMENTED at your campus, school, community or faith-based group, public library, theatre, etc. For a limited time, the director, Juan Freitez, might be available to speak at your event.

“They tried to build this organized Nazi presence in Phoenix, and everything they tried to build fell apart. But the one thing that lasted, the one thing that still remains because of them, is the people that they hated most and wanted to chase out of town get free health care.”
— Jason Odhner
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