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Look At My People How They Struggle a.k.a. Mire Mi Pueblo, ¡Como Lucha!
Sistema Radio Venceremos
Producer: Sistema Radio Venceremos
1985
Color
30 minutes
El Salvador
Look At My People How They Struggle a.k.a. Mire Mi Pueblo, ¡Como Lucha!
A fresh, free-wheeling look at the mothers, daughters, teachers, and political prisoners in El Salvador and their struggle to come to terms with suffering and political persecution. A rare opportunity to witness the participation of Salvadoran women in the popular movement.

Made in El Salvador, this film was part of a video series curated by El Salvador Media Project, a New York-based media organization.
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