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Documentary Pushes For HB56 Immigration Law Repeal

Aug. 24: Hispanic protestors pray outside the federal courthouse during an all-day hearing over efforts to persuade a federal judge to block Alabama's immigration law in Birmingham, Ala. On Aug. 29 A federal judge temporarily blocked enforcement of Alabama's new law cracking down on illegal immigration.

Aug. 24: Hispanic protestors pray outside the federal courthouse during an all-day hearing over efforts to persuade a federal judge to block Alabama's immigration law in Birmingham, Ala. On Aug. 29 A federal judge temporarily blocked enforcement of Alabama's new law cracking down on illegal immigration.

Not all Alabamians support the state's HB 56 immigration law, explicitly designed to drive undocumented immigrants out of the state. In a new series of videos, Director Chris Weitz, the man behind the film "A Better Life," documents some of the reasons why.

In the four videos -- a collaboration between the Center for American Progress, America's Voice and Define American, all organizations that support comprehensive immigration reform -- men and women in Alabama talk about how HB 56 has impacted them since it was signed into law last summer.

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