Uprooted: Screenings & Resources
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The UNH Center for the Humanities has produced this 30-minute documentary about the lives of five refugees who have been re-settled in New Hampshire. They tell their very personal stories of war, persecution,refugee camps, and starting again in New Hampshire. Umija and Rasim Gusinac, Udai Baskota, Zahara Mahitula, and Munaf Mahmood come from different countries and backgrounds, but they are all part of the most recent chapter in New Hampshire's ongoing population narrative.
The UNH Center for the Humanities offers these resources to enhance your screening of Uprooted: Heartache and Hope in New Hampshire.
Documentary production funded by:
New Hampshire Humanities Council as part of Fences & Neighbors: New Hampshire's Immigrations Stories