Latinos in 60 Seconds

In 2001, Latino Public Broadcasting offered a call for emerging producers to create one-minute interstitials that showcased the Latino community. Ten projects were selected ranging from animation to biographies. Go to Nuestras Historias | Our Stories for more Hispanic Heritage programs.

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Video thumbnail: Latinos in 60 Seconds America's Inca Root

Latinos in 60 Seconds

America's Inca Root

Watch the humorous history of America's favorite tuber - the potato.

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America's Inca Root

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Video thumbnail: Latinos in 60 Seconds Fear of a Latin Planet

Latinos in 60 Seconds

Fear of a Latin Planet

Two performance artists deliver a searing spoken-word critique of Latino media imagery.

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Fear of a Latin Planet

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Video thumbnail: Latinos in 60 Seconds Grandma's Hip Hop

Latinos in 60 Seconds

Grandma's Hip Hop

Watch the story about a youthful grandmother who despite her hearing loss can still dance.

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Grandma's Hip Hop

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Video thumbnail: Latinos in 60 Seconds Is My Neighbor Latino?

Latinos in 60 Seconds

Is My Neighbor Latino?

A light humorous view at what a Latino neighbor may look like.

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Is My Neighbor Latino?

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