The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) invites all to view and discuss the first three episodes of the PBS landmark documentary series, Latino Americans. Capturing more than 500 years of Latino history in the lands that became the United States, Latino Americans interviews nearly 100 Latinos as they recount their collective struggles to survive and thrive with dignity in a country which often both marginalizes their past and menaces their future.
Films are shown Sept. 17 and 24, starting at 2:30 pm at the UUFDC located at 10341 Water Street, Ephraim. Each session can stand alone.
On Oct. 1 at 2:30 pm, the UUFDC Book Club invites all to their discussion of Illegal People: How Globalization Creates Migration and Criminalizes Immigrants by David Bacon. In Illegal People, Bacon examines how the self-serving interplay between globalization and US immigration policy first creates, then exploits, and ultimately, criminalizes vast numbers of people migrating worldwide in search of safety and secure livelihoods.
All events are held at UUFDC and are free and open to the public.