Pictured left are photos of the De Haro family that were able to attend a screening of El Inmigrante in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Details of the screening can be read here. The family members pictured are Pasiano, Eusebio's father, Mercedes, Eusebio's mother and three of Eusebio's brothers, from left to right in the middle picture, Chilo, David, and Ricardo–looking damn sharp fellas!
MYSPACE–El Inmigrante Page
IMDB–El Inmigrante Page
El Inmigrante's Internet Movie Data Base page. Like the film or hate the film, you can express your comments there.
04/23/2006–Sourcecode News Magazine, Episode 10
04/24/2006–KVOA News Channel Four, Tucson
03/25/2006–Ventura County Star
01/06/2006–The Durango Telegraph
12/30/2006–The Durango Herald
12/10/2005–The Santa Fe New Mexican
09/29/2005–The Durango Telegraph
09/27/2005–The Durango Herald
These links will take you to Amnesty International's Site.
Protest Criminal Charges Filed Against Those Helping Immigrants
Oppose Damaging Immigration Legislation
Borderlands, Lafrontera: The New Mestiza by Gloria Anzaluda
Blue Desert by Charles Bowden
Juarez: The Laboratory of Our Future by Charles Bowden
Coyotes by Ted Conover
Alambrista & the U.S. Mexican Border: Film, Music & Stories of Undocumented Immigrants by Nicholas Cull and David Carrasco
The Militarization of the U.S. Mexican Border by Timothy Dunn
Crossing Over: A Mexican Family on the Migrant Trail by Ruben Martinez
Writing on the Edge: A borderlands Reader by Tom Miller
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
Across the Wire: Life and Hard Times on the Mexican Border by Luis Alberto Urrea
By the Lake of Sleeping Children by Luis Alberto Urrea
The Devil's Highway by Luis Alberto Urrea
Rain of Gold by Victor Villasenor
05/28/2000–Common Dreams News Center: Report of the Blackwood/De haro incident.
06/10/2000–Frontline: The Hunt for Mexicans. Article from India about the incident.
10/11/2000–CNS News: Report of Blackwood/De Haro incident and other border issues.
08/25/2001–Common Dreams News Center: Two reports on the Sam Blackwood verdict.
08/30/2001–Las Culturas: Finding Value in Mexican Lives: a story of the incident.
09/20/2004–Time Special Investigation: America's Borders
08/16/2005–Pew Charitable Trusts: Attitudes Towards Immigrants and Immigration Policy
09/02/2005–BBC News: Immigrants Die in US Desert Heat
12/17/2005–Washington Post: House Votes to Toughen Laws on Immigiration
Southern Poverty Law Center
regularly monitors vigilante groups along the border
Border Action Network
protecting human and civil rights along the Arizona–Mexico border
a non–profit group that offers travel seminars focusing on the issues of border communites
offers humanitarian assistance by offering emergency water stations
a small coffee roaster in Mexico that addresses the problem of labor migration
one of the bigger militia groups operating along the border
Department of Homeland Security–Customs and Border Protection
official government site
The White House
official government site–tell George what you think
Office of the President of Mexico
offical government site
MUSIC FEATURED IN EL INMIGRANTE
everyone loves calexico
Explosions in the Sky
these cats provided the song that closes out the last scene of the film
King Black Acid
the defunct portland, oregon band, simply ruled. this link will send you to cavity search records, the band's label.
mike, an avid polaroidist, collaborated with eric & jeff hopper on music for "the incident" segment of the film, he played drums.
Go Film Fest
Film festival information site
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