Resources

Resources

Facts

What is the measurable impact of immigrants in the United States?
Click here to find unbiased data sources.

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Frequently Asked
Questions

Find answers to questions you may have about
Define American.

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Listen to the National Healing Call

Guided meditation and resource sharing

We Are The Dream

Find resources and college readiness tools for
undocumented students and their families.
Personal stories, information on scholarships,
sanctuary colleges and more!

GetSchooled.com
 

InformedImmigrant.com

Learn everything you need to know about DACA,
Know Your Rights, family preparedness,
detentions and deportations, and mental health.

InformedImmigrant.com

Financial Advice for those with DACA

Documented Documentary
Curriculum

Educators can use the film Documented in the classroom, involving their students in a new conversation about immigrants, citizenship and American identity. The curriculum is aligned with both the Common Core 11th and 12th grade English Language Arts and Social Studies standards, and to the Anti-Bias Framework created by Teaching Tolerance, the educational branch of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Buy "Documented" for your classroom

Available on DVD

Results Of Our Pilot Program
In Watsonville High School

White People
Documentary

What does it mean to be white in a demographically shifting country? MTV’s White People is a groundbreaking documentary on race that aims to answer that question from the viewpoint of young white people living in America today.

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Films

See the films we’ve produced, and learn about the upcoming Define American Film Festival.

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