Gloria Estefan hopes to inspire change by solving difficult problems in the new season of “red table talk”

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In a recent interview with CNN, the singer said: “I think this is a great opportunity to show a multi-generational perspective on different topics that everyone in our world is affected in some way.”

The latest episode, which premiered on Facebook on Thursday, features a Grammy Award winner, her daughter Emily Estefan, and her niece Lily Estefan discussing discrimination in the Latin community.

“Regarding racism in the community, there is not much talk about it at all,” Emily Estefan said in their discussion. “In this beautiful Latino community, we can have all the different colors.”

“Queer Eye” star Caramo Brown recounted his Cuban ancestry as a black, and actress Amara La Negra recounted her experience of encountering racism in Hollywood.

The “Red Table Talk” series started with Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris. Pinkett Smith serves as the executive producer of the Estefan series.
This season’s “Red Table Talk” by Estefan also covers sexual assault, the dangers of plastic surgery, and the tragedy of the collapse of the Surfside Building in Miami.

“All 12 topics [that we cover] Very important,” Lili Estefan told CNN. “But Surfside, what happened in Miami is really one of those moments we will never forget…this is an episode where people will be so connected. “

Gloria added: “We had a survivor who came to the table. We had people who had lost both parents came to the table. We made some very beautiful connections. It was always about the relationships in the show.”

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