Series: Latinos in the Limelight

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Antonio Banderas (Latinos in the Limelight) by Amy Allison
Cameron Diaz (Latinos in the Limelight) by Kieran Scott
Carlos Santana (Latinos in the Limelight) by Henna Remstein
Christina Aguilera (Latinos in the Limelight) by Susan Korman
Enrique Iglesias (Latinos in the Limelight) by Cathy Alter Zymet
Freddie Prinze (Latinos in the Limelight) by Lea Abrams
Jeff Bezos (Latinos in the Limelight) by Virginia Brackett
Jennifer Lopez (Latinos in the Limelight) by Leah Furman
John Leguizamo (Latinos in the Limelight) by Amy Allison
Oscar De La Hoya by Rob Quinn
Pedro Martinez (Latinos in the Limelight) by Steven Krasner
Ricky Martin (Latinos in the Limelight) by Cathy Alter Zymet
Salma Hayek by Kieran Scott
Sammy Sosa (Latinos in the Limelight) by Susan Korman
Scott Gomez (Latinos in the Limelight) by Tim O'Shei
Selena (Latinos in the Limelight) by Veda Boyd Jones

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