This 7-part series highlights the diversity of contemporary immigrant experiences through the stories of several families and individuals from different countries seeking new lives in the United States.
MacArthur has made a grant to the Station Resource Group in support of a new Internet-based service, Public Radio Exchange that links producers to public radio stations and listeners throughout the country. Read More
"The Spectre of Hope", directed by Paul Carlin, is a conversation between Brazilian photographer Sebastao Salgado and British art critic John Berger, as they examine Salgado’s photo collection “Migrations.” Read More
"Senorita Extraviada", directed by Lourdes Portillo, is an in-depth examination of the murders of women in the border town of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and the forces that have allowed this violence to continue. Read More
"Well-Founded Fear", directed by Shari Robertson and Michael Camerini, is an inside look at the byzantine asylum process that people must navigate in order to claim refugee status to remain in the United States. Read More