Grantee tags Immigration

Displacement

Svalbonas, Krista

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Displacement captures the traces of former WWII Displacement Camps in a series of laser cut pigment prints on paper. Read More

When We Were Young/There Was A War

Goudvis, Patricia

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Through poignant then and now footage of Central Americans, this bilingual website explores the impact of war and its aftermath. Videos, photos and text highlight the ongoing connections between the history and people of Central America and the US. Read More

The Long Ride

Lapin Ganley, Valerie

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

The Long Ride is a timely documentary film about the birth of the new Civil Rights Movement for immigrant workers. Read More

Crossing Paths

Wilson, Tona

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Crossing Paths is a four-channel stop-action animated video in which figures emerge from “clippings” from newspapers and other documents that deal with immigration and migration, and interact with one another across four screens. Read More

Undue Influence: the power of Police and Prison Guards’ Unions

Making Contact/ National Radio Project

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Puffin Foundation supported the production and distribution of an edition of Making Contact investigating the undue influence of police and prison guards’ unions. MC’s radio documentary series can be heard on 141 stations and at www.radioproject.org Read More

The Washington Spectator (2014)

The Public Concern Foundation, Hamilton Fish, President

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Independent, nonprofit, and reader-supported, the monthly Washington Spectator reports from the ground on the excesses of the public and private sectors that distort our politics and undermine democracy. Read More

Mixteco/RVA

Stoddard, Christine

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Mixteco/RVA is a photographic book art project about the author's yearlong journey toward understanding linguistic injustice amongst Virginia's Latin American immigrants—Spanish-speaking and otherwise. Read More

“Flor de Tierra, Homage to the Women of Juarez”

Arroyo, Andrea

Year Grant Awarded: 2009

“Flor de Tierra, Homage to the Women of Juárez” ia a project in progress of 400 drawings in tribute to the victims of femicide in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Part of the exhibit "Raza con A" at NYU's Wagner Gallery. Read More

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