9500 Liberty documents the first time in US history that an Arizona-style immigration law was actually implemented -- and the surprising grassroots opposition that led to its repeal.
Racial tension and threats of violence erupt when Prince William County, Virginia adopts a law requiring the police to question people who appear to be undocumented immigrants. Supporters of the law ride a wave of hysteria to an election victory. But many reconsider when the local economy feels the impact of a sudden exodus of workers, consumers, and business owners. Despite fears of reprisal, a group of concerned citizens launches a "virtual resistance" using social media, setting up a final showdown with the law's ferocious advocates.
VIDEO: Annabel Park talking about immigration with film critic Desson Thomson
VIDEO: Eric Byler on Arizona radio show re. immigration
Eric Byler blog about the Arizona and Alabama anti-immigrant laws
|Eric Byler blog predicting Supreme Court will strike down Arizona law
Annabel Byler talks about trans-partisan cooperation on CSPAN
Eric Byler talks about "Citizens United vs. FEC" on the Thom Hartmann Show
VIDEO: Eric Byler on CNN re. immigration
Annabel Park talks about the Occupy Movement (the Global Democracy Movement)
BLOG with VIDEO encapsulates Eric Byler's transition from film to art house film director and social media pioneer