“Josh’s indomitable witness at Tornillo was the decisive factor which galvanized the combination of local and national organizing that led to the closing of the child detention facility there, and inspired equivalent efforts at Homestead.” – Camilo Antonio Perez Bustillo, former Director of Research & Advocacy, Hope Border Institute.
Watch the Film:
Director: Shane Franklin
Executive Producer: Andy Cline, Ph.D.
Producers: Shannon Cay and Shane Franklin
Director of Photography: Taye Taye
Camera Operators: Andy Cline Ph.D., Taye Taye, and Shane Franklin
First Editor: Taye Taye
Second Editor: Andy Cline Ph.D.
Sound Editor: Matt Foster
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