Sin País is now being used to spark transformative conversations in classes focusing on: Latin American Studies, Border/Immigration Studies, Psychology, Law, Human Rights, Anthropology, Sociology, ESL, Family Studies, Migrant Education, and more.
“Whether considered illegal or illegalized, the empathy evoked by this intimate portrait of a family forced to decide which members go or stay, based not just on citizenship but on age and gender as well, forces viewers to witness a serious problem in America today and to ask why, and what should be done? Sin Pais is a powerful educational tool in my classroom at UC Berkeley’s School of Social Welfare.”
Kurt C. Organista, Ph.D.
Professor, University of California, Berkeley