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9500 Liberty

Author: Annabel ParkEric BylerAlex RigopulosChris RigopulosMichael BrookAll authors
Publisher: [Metuchen, N.J.] : Passion River Films, [2011]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Documents the first time in U.S. history that an Arizona-style immigration law was actually implemented--and the surprising grassroots position that led to its repeal. Racial tension and threats of violence erupt when Prince William County, Virginia adopts a law requiring the police to question people who appear to be undocumented immigrants. Despite fears of reprisal, a group of citizens launches a 'virtual  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Annabel Park; Eric Byler; Alex Rigopulos; Chris Rigopulos; Michael Brook; Interactive Democracy Alliance.; Passion River Films.
OCLC Number: 755112661
Language Note: English dialogue; optional Spanish subtitles.
Notes: Videodisc release of the 2009 documentary film.
Bonus features: additional interviews; Washington Post outlook video; From 9500 Liberty to Coffee Party.
Credits: Produced by Chris Rigopulos, Alex Rigopulos, Annabel Park, Eric Byler ; videography, Eric Byler, Jeff Mann ; editor, Eric Byler ; music by Michael Brook.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; widescreen (1.78:1); stereo.
Other Titles: Ninety-five hundred Liberty
Responsibility: Interactive Democracy Alliance presents a Chris Rigopulos production ; a film by Annabel Park & Eric Byler ; written and directed by Annabel Park & Eric Byler.

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Documents the first time in U.S. history that an Arizona-style immigration law was actually implemented--and the surprising grassroots position that led to its repeal. Racial tension and threats of violence erupt when Prince William County, Virginia adopts a law requiring the police to question people who appear to be undocumented immigrants. Despite fears of reprisal, a group of citizens launches a 'virtual resistance' using social media, setting up a final showdown with the law's advocates.

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