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Project VoiceScape is a collaboration between Adobe Youth Voices, the PBS Foundation and POV, public television’s longest-running showcase for independent nonfiction films. They awarded grants to 15 projects by middle and high school students who created stories about issues important to them. We’ll talk to one of the winners from the valley, Alejandra Gama, about her documentary, “Right To Be An American,” which focuses on children of undocumented immigrants in Arizona and their struggles.

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