In a few weeks, the movie, After I Pick the Fruit- The Lives of Migrant Women will be screened in Maine. We are very excited to be a sponsor alongside The Apple Farm, Lakeside Orchards, Colby College International Club, Railroad Square Cinema, and the Economic Justice Committee of First Congregational Church in Waterville. The screening will be held at Railroad Square Cinema (17 Railroad Square, Waterville) on Saturday, February 16,… read more »
Posts Tagged: Awareness
The Maine Migrant Health Program has been busy getting ready for a new type of technology that will help providers on the mobile clinics provide a better and more complete service. To know more about this exciting news, read this article!
Recently, Vanessa Torres held a CD Release show for her new album “Without Sight” . As part of her performance, she collaborated with MMHP to create a slide show that paired images of migrant farm communities we serve with one of her songs, “Nameless.” The slide show created is a photographic essay reflecting the wide range of migrant farmworkers who MMHP serves as an organization. The song itself highlights the working and living conditions of an often-times overlooked population. The slides used for the collaboration were part… read more »