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Americanos: A Portrait of the Latino Community in the United States
Edward James Olmos (au) (pf); Lea Ybarra (au); Manuel Monterrey (au). The breathtaking portraits included in “Americanos” represent an effort to illuminate & celebrate the lives of Latinos in the U.S. Under the direction of actor & activist Edward James Olmos, more than 30 award-winning photographers fanned out across the country to capture life in Latino communities. The result is a panoramic vision of the U.S. today. With bilingual essays, poetry, & commentary from such figures as Carlos Fuentes & Maya Angelou, this book celebrates the diversity & energy of today’s Latin-Amer. community through a wealth of nationalities -- Cuban, Panamanian, Puerto Rican, Mexican, Argentinean, & others. “A bold self-portrait of a people bound together by a common Latin heritage & yet as varied as America itself.”
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