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Watch the Peabody Award-Winning Doc. ‘Indivisible’

'Indivisible' examines immigration reform through the stories of three young Dreamers fighting for American citizenship. Plus, watch the cast check back in with director Hilary Linder two years later

Indivisible has been named one of nine 2017 Peabody Award winners in the Documentary category and joins the coveted Peabody 30. We are proud to announce that Indivisible will be honored as one of last year’s 30 most powerful stories depicting crucial societal issues. Congratulations to all those involved!


Part of the Fuse Docs series, 2016 film Indivisible spotlights young, idealistic and diverse subjects who overcome prejudice in their fight for inclusion and fairness. Follow their journeys as they tap into their creative and entrepreneurial spirit to tell incredible stories of inspiration and hope.

Directed by Hilary Linder, Indivisible centers around Renata, Evelyn and Antonio, who were young children when their parents brought them to the U.S. in search of a better life; they were teenagers when their families were deported. Today, they are known as Dreamers. This film takes place at a pivotal moment in their lives as they fight for a pathway to citizenship and a chance to be reunited with their loved ones. With the future of immigration reform uncertain, will they see their families again?

Below, watch Antonio, Evelyn and Renata check in with Linder two years after the film's premiere, discussing how their lives have changed and the current state of their immigration reform fight:

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