There Needs to Be More Latinx Representation in Film and TV

Music has done a good job of meeting a demand for more diversity

Chirstina Milian standing next to an old car in a film still for the Netflix movie Falling Inn Love
The leading roles and the native stories of Hispanics in America are rare.
Headshot of Angela A. Rodriguez

I’ve been known to watch non-Oscar nominated movies while I multitask around the house, so it wasn’t really surprising when Netflix suggested Falling Inn Love. I was curious about the female lead Christina Milian, who I recognized as a Latina that had been up-and-coming a few years back. How, I wondered, would they represent her Latinx identity in a movie set in New Zealand, if at all?

Angela A. Rodriguez is the vp, strategic insights at Alma.
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