Podcast by PragerU
Americanos: Farah Jimenez
Are systems in the U.S. designed to hold back immigrants and people of color? It’s hard to see that in Farah Jimenez’s story. As the daughter of immigrant parents from communist Cuba, Farah views the U.S. as a place where anyone has the opportunity to shape their own life and their destiny.
Americanos: Emma Jimenez
Should Latinos see America as a land of systemic racism, xenophobia, and immigrant children in cages? Emma Jimenez, an independent journalist who immigrated from Peru, debunks some common myths. She also shares why becoming an American citizen was the most rewarding experience of her life.
Americanos: Ron Martinez
Personal responsibility and hard work are part of every story of achieving the American Dream. Ron Martinez, a former senior executive at Bank of America, shares how these values contributed to his success as a Latino in America.
Americanos: Felix Guillermo
School principal and community leader Felix Guillermo shares how faith and his Dominican heritage gave him the strength to challenge the one-sided liberal perspective he encountered in education.
Americanos: Anthony Cabassa
Former U.S. Coast Guardsman Anthony Cabassa recounts his experiences working at the U.S.-Mexico border and why the mainstream media’s narrative on immigration distorts the facts. He also shares how his family’s strong Christian faith and family values instilled in him the determination to succeed.
Americanos: Anna Paulina Luna
Veteran and speaker Anna Paulina Luna shares her story growing up as a second-generation Latina to Mexican immigrants. From the suburbs of Santa Ana, California, to early encounters with her family’s drug abuse, Anna shares how her family’s rich Latin heritage and her experience in the military helped her seize the American dream.