: This film is about the oppression of the Third World community in the Mission district of San Francisco, specifically seven Latino youths who were recruiting street kids into a college Brown Studies Program. Accused of killing a plainclothesman, they became victims of a press and police campaign to "clean-up" the Mission. Their defense became the foundation of a revolutionary community organization called Los Siete.Source
: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mmCollection
: Pacific Film Archive Film and Video CollectionCall Number:
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