At the top of AyAyAy Eyewitness News, anchor Benito Camelos reveals which Republican political figures were cast in the revamp of popular Latino shows like El Gordo y La Flaca. Next, Camelo’s sometimes lover, Dolores Delano, investigates spousal abuse in the world of pro sports and reveals an exclusive, shocking video. Finally, Gloria Calambre reports from the polar vortex of Dade County, Florida.
mitú went to Kansas City for NCLR’s Annual Conference — THE largest conference of Latino leaders and advocates — to kick-off our #weareAmerica campaign. We got to talk to guys and girls just like you about what it means to be a Latino in the U.S. — the answers were life-changing.
Over the next few months, mitú will continue to collect and share your stories in order to create a true portrait of what is important, like get-your-ass-off-the-couch-and-to-a-voting-booth-important, as we head into the 2016 elections.
You have a voice. We have the platform. Don’t be shy and share your answers to these questions in the comments below or on your social media using #weareAmerica:
1. What does it mean to you to be a Latino in the US?
2. What can the next president do that would have significantly impact your life?
3. How does technology keep you connected to family and your culture?
AyAyAy Witness News reports on issue weighing on the shoulders of ballroom dance competitors. Then, two investigative reports take interesting turns as the team talks to a drug kingpin snitch and catch an unsuspecting creep. Who will get arrested?
Watch the rest of AyAyAy Witness News’s in-depth coverage below: