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Gay and Undocumented, Moises Serrano Fights for Justice

Forbidden - Gay and Undocumented, Moises Serrano Fights for Justice
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Tripti

This is awesome. Keep it up!

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Heather

I made this film, with director Tiffany Rhynard, as a direct response to the hateful rhetoric that is spread in this country about undocumented Americans, the Dreamers who were brought here as children by their parents who sought a better life for them and the UndocuQueer movement that seeks ...Read more

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