We need your help to share this YouTube video and go viral!
Two colleagues (Eric Byler and Annabel Parker) have created this Interactive Documentary on YouTube about the battle over immigration in Virginia. They have been on the ground in Northern Virginia and It really feels like a battle over the meaning of America.
I believe that Youtube can be an important tool for civic activism. Help us achieve the goal of raising our voices in this very important debate.
We hope that the YouTube video below can help promote greater understanding and alleviate the hostility in Northern Virginia.
Here is the link: www.youtube.com/9500Liberty
The format is experimental. We're inviting people to give Eric and Annabel feedback and suggestions for what you would like to see in the series.
In July, Prince William Co. Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the harshest local legislation in the nation aiming to remove "illegal immigrants" from their county. Supporters say that the Board is brave and it is necessary in order to preserve the law and quality of life. Critics say that it's racist and a cynical case of self-serving political grandstanding in an election year.
On November 6th, all local and state-level seats are up for election in Virginia including PW Co. Board Chairman Corey Stewart and Supervisor John Stirrup who introduced the controversial resolution.
Because of the timeliness of the subject, we felt compelled to create a real-time, interactive documentary YouTube channel--breaking with the usual documentary post-production method that delays public feedback for months and months.
We invite you to join the conversation on our YouTube channel and/or on one of the following blogs:
Thank you for your support! And feel free to contact Annabel about this project. Her email is parkinstein@ gmail.com