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On our third year continuing the mural project the young people of that generation decided they wanted to highlight the stories of Braceros and their untold stories. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Aceves.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people of that generation decided they wanted to highlight the stories of Braceros and their untold stories. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Lazaro.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people of that generation decided they wanted to highlight the stories of Braceros and their untold stories. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Aceves.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people of that generation decided they wanted to highlight the stories of Braceros and their untold stories. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Flores.

In this story we interviewed a young adult and his experience navigating the education system as an undocumented student. He shares his story, experiences, hopes, and dreams to the reality of his life. He shares his love for art and how it has helped him channel his energy into something he loves doing.

In this story we interviewed a young adult and his experience navigating the education system as an undocumented student. He shares his story, experiences, hopes, and dreams to the reality of his life. He shares his love for art and how it has helped him channel his energy into something he loves doing.

A license is something that undocumented families can not often legally acquire but driving to work and picking up children from school are not things that families can do without. This story speaks to the experiences that undocumented folks face while driving without a license and also the dreams of that 67% being left out of the Federal DREAM Act.

In this video we follow the reality of a 15-year-old deep East Oakland youth and his experiences living in fear of being separated from his family. In this video he also shares his thoughts and insights on the 2010 proposed DREAM Act and the reasons behind the huge gap it has because of the 67% of undocumented youth not benefiting from it.

This is the very first video that we 67 Sueños youth produced back in 2010. The video highlights the reason behind why we created a space like 67 Sueños, and what our work pushes to highlight. We were working with flip cams and iMovie, with no camera or editing experience, but we were proud to produce our first 67 Video.