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    No Single Origin

    A friendship unfolds when four people with diverse histories converge in the same place, at a single moment - forming a new community around a cup of coffee

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    No Single Origin

    Directed by Alejandra Alcala/Francisco Alcala 2020 19 min
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    A short documentary that follows Tennessee native, Doug Hewitt, as he learns about the complexity of refugee resettlement and turns to the coffee industry to build a launchpad towards a path of self-sufficiency starting nonprofit 1951 Coffee Company. Three graduates from 1951 Coffee’s Barista Training Program share their experiences, revealing their challenges and struggles after resettlement. A profound friendship unfolds when the four stories converge, highlighting the importance of human connection and community driven support, education, and integration.

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    No Single Origin

    A short documentary that follows Tennessee native, Doug Hewitt, as he learns about the complexity of refugee resettlement and turns to the coffee industry to build a launchpad towards a path of self-sufficiency starting nonprofit 1951 Coffee Company. Three graduates from 1951 Coffee’s Barista Training Program share their experiences, revealing their challenges and struggles after resettlement. A profound friendship unfolds when the four stories converge, highlighting the importance of human connection and community driven support, education, and integration.

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