This two-part program explores what it's like to be Latino in Texas. Filmed in Austin, Tex., those profiled include the mayor of San Antonio, an educator, a Hollywood publicist, and a mariachi performer, among others. They speak candidly about cultural clashes, traditional celebrations such as Day of the Dead, and more. (This program carries a TV-14 rating for adult content; please preview for classroom use.)
60-minute runtime; two-year copyright clearance.
Part 1: May 6 at 7:30PM ET/PT
Part 2: May 13 at 7:30PM ET/PT
For additional airings of this program, please go to www.hbolatino.com.
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