“They Have Names” and Arizona Child Welfare System

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“They Have Names” is a documentary about navigating Arizona’s Child Welfare System. Journalists from The Arizona Republic spent more than a year filming five people and their families as they make their way through the foster care system.
Host Jose A. Cardenas sits down with David Wallace, Senior Producer and Strategist for documentary video for The Arizona Republic and reporter Dianna Náñez to discuss the film’s impact.

David Wallace, Senior Producer and Strategist for documentary video for The Arizona Republic and reporter Dianna Náñez

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