Mission Dolores marks the first permanent settlement of immigration in
the Bay Area.
In 1776, while America's founding fathers were declaring independence, Spanish soldiers pushed Spain's colonial frontier in North America to its northernmost limits.
The film also
includes comments and observations by Renee Saucedo who is the director
of The San Francisco Day Labor Program and Staff Counsel at La Raza Centro
Legal; Father Oscar Mendez-- the pastor at Saint Anthony's Church on Cesar
Chavez street and director of a homeless shelter that caters to these men;
and Nicholas Rizza--former director of The National Refugee Office of Amnesty
For information about this film you can contact the makers.
Michael Cozzi --- firstname.lastname@example.org
Jelani Mahiri --- email@example.com