Southwest Detroit Immigrant and Refugee Center has been invited to introduce a film at the Cinetopia Film Festival! “Salud Sin Papeles: Health Undocumented” is a documentary about a walk-in health clinic started in Pheonix, AZ.
Sparked by a neo-nazi march, a ragtag group of activists organizes the community to build a free clinic for undocumented immigrants, breaking the cycle of oppression perpetuated by healthcare disparities.
We’re really excited about being a part of presenting this film to the Detroit area. We believe that access to justice should not just be for those who can afford it, for those who are on the privileged end of society. Immigrants and refugees are often those with the greatest need for quality legal help and the least ability to afford it. We make a difference every week for clients who in desperate need of help.
Please join us on May 14th, 9:00 pm at the State Theatre in Ann Arbor. Kevin Piecuch and Adam Delezenne of SWIRC will introduce this important film and be around to talk with people afterward.
Members of our community can get a discount on tickets for the film, please contact Adam Delezenne at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us (be sure to join our mailing list!) and say that you’re interested in the discount code.
The Southwest Detroit Immigrant and Refugee Center provides free and low-cost legal services to underserved communities in the Detroit area, with a focus on recent immigrants and refugees.
We were founded in 2014 by Kevin Piecuch, our Executive Director and principal attorney, to help meet the great need for quality legal services in underserved communities. We believe that everyone deserves justice regardless of your country of origin, the color of your skin, or your ability to afford an attorney.