From 1942 to 1964, the U.S. government brought millions of Mexican farm workers to the U.S. as part of the Bracero program. Established to replace an alleged wartime labor shortage, the program was actually intended to undermine farmworker unionization. Harvest of Loneliness, a 2010 documentary by Gilbert Gonzalez and Vivian Price shows how several million men, in one of the largest state managed migrations in history, were imported fo work as cheap, controlled and disposable workers. The Havens Center kicks off its 2014 Social Change film series with a free screening of Harvest of Loneliness this Wednesday, April 9th at 7pm at Union South. Patrick Barrett is the administrative director of the Havens Center, and he joined the Monday Buzz by phone to tell us more about this documentary and the Social Cinema film series.