A succinct and thorough look at the systemic relations between privatized prisons, law-making, and a vulnerable immigrant population, “Immigrants for sale” walks you through a cobweb of injustice. When an immigration bills rears its head on the legislative floor, backdoor deals and the monetary interests of lobbyists may have had a part in crafting the bill's language. This motion-graphic depicts the shadowy, behind-the-scenes role that a powerful few play in using immigrants to make a profit. The public doesn't see the all the processes leading to state legislation, but the effects of immigration policy have concrete personal and fiscal outcomes.
In case you missed it in the video, visit ImmigrantsforSale.org to see real stories about the harm and hurt of immigration policy and what can be done about it.