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Tell you about a very special membership program here at Fox News this was started by our chairman and CEO Roger -- And -- -- apprentice program supports minorities inside the television news industry.
As we did the Black History Month for the next four weeks will be saluting Hispanic heritage.
So we've teamed up with the else apprentice program at our very own reporter -- yet Tonya.
To bring you a very special series featuring inspirational people inside the Hispanic Latino community.
Police he is in Berkeley California this morning.
To give us a preview of this series where she's joined by Oscar Tony Emmy and Grammy Award winner Ria -- now.
That's right one of only twelve people to win all four awards -- we were talking earlier about opportunities for electing us.
And how the door was ajar for a person of your community and if it's.
Gotten better now and.
Do you think it's gotten better or what you can do as a jar but you know you really still -- have to push it open and it's it's it's kind of stuck in that position.
More important than that as far as I'm concerned is that I think that people have to understand who are not Latino.
Is that we do more than just sing and dance.
That we are actors and actresses.
And I think it's more important than anything else is that we need.
Support and look and I do because we need the support.
And we'll talk more about and read his -- or grants will also taking to the greatest show on earth.
Where you'll get to meet the great how about a mile -- and -- who risks life and limb to train those magnificent.
Then will rally with a former tennis star -- -- south Rosie is known more for winning Grand Slam tournaments with her doubles partner Billie Jean King.
But was a force in changing women's tennis by demanding equal pay.
For equal play.
Then he'll meet the remarkable final -- a senior researcher for HP.
He got a bad polio vaccine when he was three and while the virus may have taken his legs.
It's never taken his spirit -- -- was now crunching numbers to make the world a better place.
And finally the feisty Puerto Rican girl -- changed the way people would perceive Latino actors.
Rita -- seen it all will share her story how she broke through and why she's playing a Jewish grandmother today.
So it should be very interesting series and one I'm thrilled to be a part of Alley and only.
-- recess sounds wonderful and you can see this series right here on FOX & Friends every Friday.
And next week we'll start things off with a great tiger trainer Todd -- -- W saw there who do the trick.
It fire our cameras that he has never done before.