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The Week in Photos: Latinos are Getting No Love in Hollywood

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Colombia’s Miguel Garcia dives through the air during a high diving event at the FINA (International Swimming Federation) World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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Hundreds of people walk through the streets of Mexico City to protest the recent murder of Ruben Espinosa, a well-known photojournalist. Espinosa’s friends believe he became a target after covering several social movements and protests in the state of Veracruz.

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Hamilton, the critically-acclaimed play by Lin-Manuel Miranda, opened on Broadway this week. Miranda, who also created In the Heights, has received praise for Hamilton, which tells American history through the eyes of characters of color.

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Giovani Dos Santos poses with a group of excited fans after his first practice session with the Los Angeles Galaxy. The 26-year-old Mexican joined the team after the Galaxy paid a hefty $7 million transfer fee.

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Carmen Ramirez, whose father recently died of Legionnaires disease, wipes a tear from her face during an interview. Eight people have died and more than 100 have been infected by a Legionnaires disease – a rare type of pneumonia – outbreak in New York City.

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Michael Peña in The Vatican Tapes.  According to a report by USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Latinos continue to be underrepresented in film. Latinos bought 23% of movie tickets in 2014. But only 4.9% of characters with named or speaking parts in the top 100 films of the year were Latino.

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