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Roberto Arevalo collaborates with non- profit, corporations, universities, and museums to document the work of their organization. These videos serve as a tool for organizations to articulate and examine their approaches and further develop their strategies and philosophies. The final documentaries are used as historical documents for the organization and as a resource for educating and promoting the organizations.

    CASA PRIMAVERA/SPRING HOUSE
    Boston
    A documentary about an innovative mental health program for chronically ill Latinos in Boston run by La Alianza Hispana, a Latino social service agency.

    OPEN TO MY LIFE
    Boston
    A documentary about the process of 120 middle school students in the Boston area participating on an art project called "Identity Box" created by Tufts University.

    CHRISTINA CULTURAL ARTS CENTER
    Delaware
    Building a Common Ground presents a vivid and immediate view of life in Wilmington, Delaware from a variety of cultural perspectives. The creative expression of each subject, cultural traditions, and home environments are central to each story, serving to illustrate the shared experiences of the city's diverse population.

    VILLA
    Boston
    A documentary about Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción (IBA) is an agency dedicated to increasing the social and economic power of families through education, economic development, technology and arts programming that builds safe, affordable housing communities.

    ARTIST HUMANITIES
    Boston
    A performance of young artist from Artists For Humanity, and organization that bridges economic, racial and social divisions by providing underserved youth with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in the arts.

    VALLECITOS
    New Mexico
    A documentary about the history and services of a contemplative retreat center for social and environmental advocates located in the mountains near Taos, New Mexico.

    BEYOND DEBATE
    Atlanta
    An inside look at the implementation and development of the Computer Assisted Debate Project (CAD), an project of the National Debate Project a that teaches middle school children in Atlanta how to debate.

    MANUEL'S JOURNEY
    Atlanta
    Produced in Collaboration with The Latin American Association and Parking Company of America to honor Manuel Chavez transformation from a farm boy into a successful businessman.




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