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After emigrating from Russia to America, Clara defiantly pursues an education and becomes a union organizer. Despite being beaten, jailed, and blacklisted, she refuses to be silenced.
Clara Lemlich struggles to overcome the second-rate working conditions in the factories in Manhattan during the turn of the twentieth century. Based on the true story of a determined young woman, Clara paves the way for equal rights for women in the work
In 1999 Bolivia, Francisco's father is arrested on false drug charges. When Francisco and his younger sister, Pilar, are forced to move into a men's prison with their father, Francisco must decide whether to break up his family and take his sister to live with their grandparents or stay together in the dangerous prison.