The president says his hard-line approach to immigration has improved his standing among Hispanic voters.
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The dress she wore during the ceremony crushed it too.
“It’s historic for people in Spanish-language television,” the union president said.
The Democratic vice presidential nominee speaks Spanish, and the campaign has made sure people know it.
A study found that the percentage of Hispanic actors onscreen increased from 6.6 percent before the merger to 7.3 percent afterward. That's good news, right? Well, even that mild improvement comes with a caveat. Basically, more shows were hiring more Hispanics to appear as servants and thugs. Yay for progress!
Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.
"I think Celia didn’t want to be remembered as a star but as a good human being."
"Part of what we explore in this story, is the huge obstacles these immigrants face once they are in the Promised Land."