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"… a rousing true story of solidarity, perseverance and triumph ... deftly interweaving legal battles, national boycotts, group dynamics and individual empowerment … a personalized history lesson in class struggle."
- Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story, News and Documentary Emmy Awards
- Best Documentary Nomination, Imagen Awards
- Outstanding Made for Television Documentary Nomination, ALMA Awards
- Hillman Prize, The Sidney Hillman Foundation
Made in L.A.
by Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar
Documenting the lives, struggle, and personal transformation of three Latina garment factory workers over a tumultuous three-year period, Made in L.A.
artfully reveals the challenges facing immigrant workers. Their stories reveal the dramatic and complex impact of globalization on the U.S. apparel industry and its largely immigrant workforce.
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