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Made in L.A. Study Guide

Made In L.A.Made in L.A. is the story of three immigrant women who discover the power of their collective voice as they stand together in unity against exploitation by the garment manufacturer that employs them.

Your faith community can open hearts and minds organizing and publicizing a screening of the film in your community. This study guide intends to help your efforts and will equip you to lead a discussion of the film.

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News & Resources

Program links, news articles, and bible studies offer a wealth of information about this ministry of The United Methodist Church.
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Justice for Our Neighbors Program

This volunteer program of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) provides free, professional legal services to immigrants in monthly clinics.
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Refugee Sponsorship Program

Today United Methodists can embody gospel hospitality by reaching out to refugees coming to the United States. Refugee families struggle to make a new start and recover from the losses they have suffered as a result of their flight for survival. The church community, supported by UMCOR, can ease the way.
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