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Well kind of -- The three have been asked and 22 other prominent -- -- being showcase at the Brooklyn Museum in any city called that Latino based.
And multimedia exhibit includes photos videos and -- and interactive kiosk.
There's still seeks to spotlight the contributions of twenty I've Latinos who left a lasting legacy I think people.
Come here and get a more profound sense of Latino identity and achievement and struggle and and a sense.
Look great accomplishment here and the film that's going to be on HBO.
September 20 ninth.
And on HBO Latino the 28 it's.
Is a very moving -- very emotional film about these extraordinary.
From Colombians to Puerto Ricans from there's two astronauts photographer and filmmaker Timothy Greenfield Sanders that He try to -- people from a wide range.
-- professional and ethnic back.
For me as a a white.
Person from Miami who knows.
-- who grew up thinking of Latinos as Cubans because that's that was my world there was Cuban.
And then I came to school in New York -- to college here and and Latino became.
And I went -- to graduate school in California and -- and let him became Mexican.
So I started to understand that it was not so singular.
That that Latino culture is very complicated.
And very very diverse and extremely.
Interesting on so many levels so.
I'm very proud of the show I think that it it kind of shape it highlights all of that.
Everyone who comes here can sort of -- explore and appreciate at the richness of this in the history of excellence in America and -- will and achievements to try it struggles.
So there's a lot here for every one Latino or not.
And I -- will be honestly at the -- Jimmy -- until December 11.
And don't miss out on HBO documentary.
Karen in -- -- Fox News Latino.
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