Doc Series Asks What It Means To Be Black & Latino In The US (Featuring Laz Alonso, Tatyana Ali, Soledad O'Brien, Others)

by Tambay A. Obenson
January 12, 2012 5:14 PM
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Throw this into that age-old, ongoing discussion we've been having on S&A on the black Latino experience; posts on the subject always tend to get quite, shall we say, *involved.* 

But that's good; the conversation is healthy, regardless of what side of the fence you're on.

Thanks to reader Emmett for sending me this 10-minute mini-doc that asks the question, what does it mean to be black and Latino in the US?

I think this one you'll find particularly interesting because it features candid interviews with several actors and actresses (some we've written about here on S&A), giving their own first-hand experiences, both personal and professional: Laz Alonso, Tatyana Ali, Soledad O'Brien, Gina Torres, and others.

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  • Arthur | January 13, 2012 7:43 PMReply

    Why there is a fence? We exist, it ain't easy. Period.

  • Nadell | January 13, 2012 3:30 PMReply

    Interesting forum on -- this side of the spectrum.
    Sometimes you can become so involved w/ your own barriers of racism that you forget that others too are battling this similar war. I guess it is because we never hear other stories as though Blacks are the only folks facing such issues.

  • TeamTeam | January 12, 2012 5:21 PMReply

    Laz Alonso is so damn yummy!!!

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