Synopses & Reviews
The very diversity that America was founded on now seems to be turning on itself. Instead of seeing our individual differences as a source of national strength, we're dispatching them as daggers in our American identity. America is steadily splitting along political, gender, color and cultural lines, battling it out over controversial issues like racism, immigration, terrorism, and even patriotism and American pride.
What is the verdict for a country of citizens who don blinders and boxing gloves in the face of opposing points of view? What type of "American Identity" will we leave for the next generation?
In Red, White, and Latina 3-time Emmy Award winner, 2-time author, entertainment personality, and proud American Latina, Cristina P rez dissects these issues and proposes a new unified outlook for America based on common sense, common values, and common ground. She delivers a no-holds-barred and non-biased look inside the most heated conversations in America today, examining the headlines, evidence, and hearsay, before delivering her verdict for each one.