A powerful and engaging social issue documentary investigating the living situations and treatment of Haitian immigrants and their children in the Bahamas.

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Max Baptiste
Clint Kemp
Jewel Major
Eugene Newry ...
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Bernard Petit
Jackson Petit
Ayodele Tushinde ...
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Diana Valcin
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For decades, Haitians have fled to the prosperous islands of the Bahamas in search of a better way of life for themselves and their children. Lakay, Creole for "Home," is a short documentary that highlights the plight of Haitian immigrants as well as the virtually unknown struggle of their children, who are called Haitian-Bahamians but are, in reality, stateless in the country of their birth. Written by Brian Lee

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$9,000 (estimated)
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