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Speech - Comentario de Carlos Sandoval, 10/5/00

Carlos Sandoval, producer/director of "Farmingville," made this speech in Spanish at the Stop the Hate Candlelight Vigil, Sag Harbor, October 5, 2000. An English translation is on the verso. Sandoval explained what he saw as the reasons for "the brutality of hatred against immigrants" in Farmingville, proposed constructive solutions and goals, and asked, "If today - when this country is enjoying unprecedented prosperity - we have witnessed the attempted murder of two Mexicans simply because they sought work, what will happen when the economy falters - as it inevitably will?" A flyer for the vigil can be seen at: HOF_FARM_B32F13_006 (two pages).
Identifier: HOF_FARM_B32F13_007
Date: October 5 2000
Language: English
Repository: Hofstra University Special Collections
Source: Hofstra University.The Farmingville Collection, 1996-2005. Box 32, Folder 13.
Rights: This record is not part of the New York State Archives' collection and is presented on our project partner's behalf for educational use only. Please contact the home repository for information on copyright and reproductions.
Alternate Identifier: DMS ID Number: 162100
Relation: Is format of: Digital representation of an 8 x 10" document.
Special Project: Ventana al Pasado/Window on the Past

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