It's not surprising that Vida and One Day at a Time would be at the forefront of TV's response to the family separation crisis
"They, unlike the vast majority of television out there, have been doing the crucial work of humanizing Latinx stories all along," says Caroline Framke. "They, like their fundraising hashtag, have been showing how the political is so often personal, one life at a time. One Day at a Time has tackled a range of issues surrounding immigration, racism, and identity since day one...Vida takes a bit of a different tack, but no less personal."
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