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Presented by SIMA: Hotel USA

This intimate documentary follows a group of refugees as they spend their first night in the United States in a New Jersey roadside motel. Watch here. The post Presented by SIMA: Hotel USA appeared first on Guernica.

Every month, Guernica’s multimedia editor, Mary Wang, selects a new documentary as part of our partnership with Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA). These works were produced by filmmakers around the globe, but are united in their commitment to advancing social justice through compelling narratives and captivating imagery.

 is a tender and intimate documentary that follows a group of refugees as they spend their first night in the United States in a New Jersey roadside motel, before settling into their new lives. Not much is said about the

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