Latinos Beyond Reel
Challenging a Media Stereotype

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INGRID

Showed this to students in my Ethnic Studies class and they really like it.

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Jing

Hope more documentaries like this will be produced. It helps people to understand the media stereotype from different angles. Love the personal stories in this movie, even they are heartbroken to me.

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Austin

Can NOT believe that radio DJ's vacuum comment about judge Sotomayor. Definitely the most racist thing I've heard in a while.

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Leigh

So glad I watched this-a perfect example of how American media can gravely damage other culture's reputations.

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Anonymous

So true!

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