Help with Documentary Project

Hey everyone, I am a Mount Royal Journalism alumni and I need your HELP!  I'm in the running for a $10,000 grant from Telus to produce and broadcast a short documentary.
The competition is based completely on online voting so I've been trying to reach out to as many people in my network as possible.

Please check out my video pitch page at the link below and VOTE!  You can give up to 5 votes to a project.  Thanks for reading and thanks for your support!

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A little bit about the project... Brak is a 30-year-old refugee from Vietnam who escaped violent state oppression and cultural genocide by fleeing through the jungle to a UN camp in Cambodia before being resettled in East Vancouver by the Canadian government. While Brak is from Vietnam, he actually belongs to an indigenous minority group known as the Montagnard, which has been at odds with the Vietnamese government for centuries. While Brak left behind a life of persecution and the threat of imprisonment, he now faces a new oppression as he tries to re-build his life in an unfamiliar urban setting.

I think what struck me with this story was hearing that of the 250 Montagnard refugees now living in Vancouver, many say they would have never left Vietnam if they knew what life would be like for them here in Canada.  Basement suites, menial jobs, poverty, difficulties learning English, complete loss of their cultural way of living.  They're safe from violence here, but they've lost their identity.  By telling this story, perhaps the Canadian government will rethink how it handles the resettlement of refugees in the future.

Holly Hofmann