Dolores Huerta Family Unity PSA
Labor and Civil Rights Leader Dolores Huerta talks about the importance of family and how in the Latino community we don't turn our backs on our family members and how Latino families are stronger when they are together and the importance of talking about our gay & lesbian family members.
Dolores Huerta Marriage PSA
Labor and Civil Rights Leader Dolores Huerta talks about the importance of full equality for our gay & lesbian brothers and sisters including the right to marry the person they love.
Carla Morrison-Eres Tu
Carla Morrison -Eres Tu
Eva Longoria, Actor & Philanthropist talks about the importance of the Familia es Familia Campaign.
Maria Hinojosa, President of the Futuro Media Group talks about the importance of the Familia es Familia Campaign.
Rep. Linda Sanchez
Rep. Linda Sanchez shares a special Spirit Day message about bullying.
LGBT Issues & Hispanic Communities
Conversation with Ingrid Duran, Founder, Familia Es Familia
The Gay and Lesbian Community has made significant strides in acceptance. However, in some minority groups there is still work to be done. Robert Traynham and Ingrid Duran, founder of Familia Es Familia discuss LGBT acceptance within Hispanic communities.
Get to Know Us First
Two Latino gay and lesbian couples raising children share their stories, asking those uncertain about marriage for same-sex couples, to “Get to know us first.”
Sonia and Gina
Miguel and Ru
Three Latina mothers talk about their families’ experience as their children came out as gay (in Spanish with English subtitles).
It Gets Better
An 18 year-old describes the experience of growing up transgender in a video that sends the message to others: No matter how hard things that you are going through seem, they will get better.
Meet the Moya Family
Bryon and Raymond Moya talk about why marriage matters to them and their three children.
An Honest Conversation
Produced by Cuéntame, five videos in English with Spanish subtitles feature gay Latino youth and their friends and families describing their journeys from bullying and abuse to acceptance and stronger family bonds. Their goal is to prompt discussions at the holiday or Sunday dinner table by providing an honest and intimate glimpse into the lives of many Latinos in America.