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Hispanic Heritage Month & LatinX:

John  Quiñones
John Quiñones

ABC News Veteran & Host, What Would You Do?

A lifetime of “never taking no for an answer” took Quiñones from migrant farm work to the anchor desk at 20/20 and Primetime and creating, What Would You Do?, the hit show he hosts. 

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Maria  Hinojosa
Maria Hinojosa

Emmy-Winning Journalist

Anchor and executive producer of NPR’s “Latino USA,” and a panelist on Meet the Press, Hinojosa examines the critical issues that are changing our cultural and political landscape.

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Diane  Guerrero
Diane Guerrero

Actress, Orange is the New Black

At age 14, Guerrero watched her family be deported. She shares the incredible story of how she was able to remain in the U.S., continue her education and build a successful career.

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Sonia  Manzano
Sonia Manzano

"Maria" on Sesame Street & Author

Having retired her iconic Sesame Street character “Maria,” Manzano now dedicates her time to speaking and writing on education, communication, and Hispanics in the media.

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Dr. Alfredo  Quiñones-Hinojosa
Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa

World-Renowned Neurosurgeon & Neuroscientist

Mexican immigrant Quiñones-Hinojosa went from migrant worker to head of brain tumor surgery at Johns Hopkins. His incredible story is being developed into a movie by Brad Pitt and Disney.

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Lt. Colonel Olga   Custodio, USAF (Retired)
Lt. Colonel Olga Custodio, USAF (Retired)

America’s First Latina Fighter Pilot

Turned away from flight school because she was a woman, Custodio went on to break barriers (including the sound barrier) as the first Latina USAF pilot and commercial pilot for American Airlines.

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Ray  Suarez
Ray Suarez

NPR Senior Correspondent

With more than 30 years covering national and world events, Suarez explores Latino American history, the intersection of faith and politics, journalism in the age of fake news, social media and more.

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Anthony  Romero
Anthony Romero

Executive Director of the ACLU

The first Latino and openly gay head of the ACLU, Romero has transformed the ACLU into an organizational powerhouse championing civil liberties, individual freedom and human rights.

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