In this short video, Hugo Olaiz, an immigrant, Christian, and Episcopalian offers a review of three documentary films that offer compelling portrayals of human migration to the US southern border and around the globe.
“What we can do is to see where we can make a difference, no matter how small. One grain of sand doesn’t make a beach but get enough grains together and they can put a buffer between the land and the restless sea. Get enough individuals involved and seeming miracles can happen.”
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