In The Worst Moment Of Her Life She Turned To YouTube For Help, And It Worked

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This woman has a dream, and she’s not letting anything stand in her way. In fact, she’s determined to help as many people as she can attain their own American dreams. Pretty admirable.

The above clip is an excerpt from "The Dream is Now," a film by Davis Guggenheim (Academy Award-winning director of “An Inconvenient Truth”). It shows us the inside story of those directly affected by a broken immigration system — the undocumented children of immigrants who yearn to contribute more to the country they call home. You can watch this short documentary right here, RIGHT NOW. I highly recommend it.

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