Welcome to the heartland of America, where the vast expanses of the Midwest bear witness to the intricate stories of diverse families navigating the complexities of life. In “We Live Here: The Midwest,” we delve into the poignant stories of individuals and families who not only grapple with the everyday challenges that life presents but also confront an escalating wave of discrimination and prejudice within their cherished communities.

What is the Documentary About? A Brief Summary

Across the sprawling landscapes of Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Ohio, and Minnesota, we meet a trans/queer family expelled from their church, a gay Black couple pushing the boundaries of acceptance, a lesbian couple providing sanctuary for their bullied son on a farm, and a gay teacher fostering a safe haven for LGBTQI+ students in Ohio. 

As we traverse the region, the film unveils the struggles and triumphs of these families while also shedding light on the indomitable spirit of Minnesota Representative Heather Keeler, a queer mother fighting for LGBTQI+ rights amid threats. Against the backdrop of a nation grappling with a surge in anti-queer legislation, “We Live Here: The Midwest” captures a pivotal moment where the values of Midwestern families face an unprecedented test, compelling viewers to reflect on the ever-evolving landscape of acceptance and resilience.

Where to stream ‘We Live Here: The Midwest’? 

Beginning December 6, 2023, you can stream “We Live Here: The Midwest” on Hulu

Hulu is a premier subscription-based streaming service crafted by the collaboration of Comcast and the Walt Disney Company, which grants you exclusive access to a rich array of content from the renowned libraries of 20th-century studios and Searchlight Pictures. If you have a Hulu subscription, you will be able to stream the documentary for free. If you don’t, follow the steps below: 

  1. Visit Hulu.com/welcome: Open your web browser and go to Hulu’s official website by typing “hulu.com/welcome” in the address bar and press Enter.
  2. Select ‘Start Your Free Trial’: Look for a prominent button or link that says “Start Your Free Trial” on the Hulu welcome page. Click on it to proceed.
  3. Choose a Plan:
  4. Option 1: $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year (With Ads)
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  6. Sign In or Create an Account: If you already have a Hulu account, sign in with your credentials. If not, you’ll need to create a new account by providing the necessary information, such as your email address, password, and other details.
  7. Enter Billing Information: After signing in or creating an account, you’ll be prompted to enter your billing information. This includes details such as your credit card number, expiration date, and billing address.
  8. Review and Confirm: Take a moment to review your selected plan, billing details, and any other information. Ensure everything is accurate.
  9. Complete the Subscription: Once you’ve reviewed and confirmed your information, proceed to complete the subscription process. You may need to click on a “Submit” or “Complete” button.
  10. Access Hulu: After completing the subscription process, you should have access to Hulu. You can start streaming ‘We Live Here: The Midwest’ and other exclusive content right away.

Remember that Hulu’s subscription plans and the sign-up process may be subject to change, so it’s a good idea to check the official Hulu website for the most up-to-date information.

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