University of Maryland Libraries Digital Collections

Hispanics, their differences myth or fact

199545 minutesEnglishcolorJump to full details

Digital videos
are available for viewing only
at the University of Maryland's
College Park campus or
through a VPN connection.
These videos may be viewed from
public access terminals at any of the
UM Libraries on the College Park campus.
Questions?
Contact Us
Alternate title:Hispanic Americans : one or many cultures?
Summary:Examines the cultural differences and similarities between Hispanic Americans. Three families are spotlighted: one Puerto Rican, one Mexican American and one Cuban American. Explores how they view themselves and how they view each other.
Originally broadcast in 1995 as a segment from the television program: Hispanic Americans : the new frontier.
Contributor:Smits, Jimmy
Provider:Blue Pearl Entertainment (Firm)
M.G. Perin (Firm)
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Topical subjects:Hispanic Americans Attitudes
Mexican Americans Attitudes
Cuban Americans Attitudes
Puerto Ricans United States Attitudes
Credits:Hosted by Jimmy Smits. Music, Richard Hernandez ; editors, Thomas Hamilton, Francisco Ramirez.
Repository:Nonprint Media Services
Films@UM Browse terms:Latino/as, Latin American Studies
American Culture, History
Collection:Films@UM
Access restricted to patrons at the University of Maryland.