Gloria Calderón Kellett

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Here's What Your Favorite Latinx Showrunners Did to Fight Family Separation

“One Day at a Time” creator Gloria Calderón Kellett and “Vida” head Tanya Saracho used social media to get over 70 other TV shows to pledge support for organizations fighting family separation at the U.S. border. 

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Advocates Push Netflix to Renew Latinx Family Sitcom 'One Day at a Time'

Presente.org: “We have the potential to shape public opinion on Latinxs and immigrants with shows like ‘One Day at a Time’!”

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Ava DuVernay and Other Showrunners of Color Sound Off on Creative Pressure, Pigeonholing

“For me to say no [to projects], in my mind, there may not be another chance.”