I joined several generations as we watched the film, The Help, together this week at LA Live in downtown Los Angeles. I expected a time-constrained film about the Civil Right era in America, yet instead encountered a powerful, moving story that captured the perspective of employees experiencing the injustice of societal and personal race relations of the time. While the film centers on African American household employees, it brought home the current experiences of Hispanic housekeepers nannies, and caregivers in many homes of Southern California. Whether recognized or not, their contribution of dedicated work, love, child care, and emotional support endures. The Help is a thought-provoking story on many levels and definitely worth watching.