Over a period of three weeks, the Center for Latino Arts and Culture hosted a three-part documentary screening entitled, “Undocumented Lives.” Each screening sheds light on the struggles of Latino and Non-Latino immigrant youth. The first series, “Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth,” follows the personal stories of five undocumented immigrant children at they graduate from highschool. The second part of the series, “Precious Knowledge,” shows the impact of state laws that shut down a Mexican American Studies Program at Tucson High School in Arizona to prevent ethnic solidarity. The last part of the series, “Children in No Man’s Land,” focuses on the lives of two children, willing to risk everything for a new life. The series as a whole focuses on the push/pull dynamics that drive undocumented youth to the U.S.