1997 - 2006

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Video Public Service Announcements
  • The Doll: After a devastating tornado in which a family loses everything, the act of a Good Samaritan neighbor who brings over a little girl's doll, binds the two families together.
  • Rice and Chicken (Arroz con Pollo): A grandmother pleads with her grandchildren to share a meal at the table.  The kids finally recognize the value of family time.
  • The Boxer: A young boy stealing a car is caught by its owner, an ex-con boxer who now helps troubled youth to learn to box.  He convinces the boy to join the gym where he carries out his good work.
  • Señora Rosita: Two little girls convince their mom that an elderly and lonely neighbor needs their support, and the family ends up inviting her over for a family dinner.
  • Just Like You: An abusive husband trying to track down his wife at a battered women's center instead finds his daughter there, and finally recognizes the error of his ways and seeks help.
  • Great Promise: A high school student called to her teacher's office is worried that she will be reprimanded, but is pleasantly surprised when her teacher tells her she shows great promise.  This leads to her renewed motivation to stay in school.
  • A New Man: A wife is worried that if her husband stops drinking his love toward her may not be as strong. He assures her this is not true, and the wife pledges to stand by him and help him stop drinking.
  • Mom's Words: A gang girl who gets a ride from a kindly driver tells how she is returning home after two years as a runaway because she never forgot her mother's words of love on her departure.
  • "La Mala Yerba" ("Bad Weed") is the story of two teenagers who have chosen a path of drigs and gangs. When one sees that they threaten her five year-old sister, she decides to turn her life around.
  • "No Hay Horas" ("I Don't Have Time") tells the story of Franco, a student who has problems at home and is rejected by his teacher when he tries to explain why he couldn¹t complete his schoolwork. Franco receives the support of another teacher.
  • "El Niño del Parque" ("The Child in the Park") was created especially for the Christmas season, to reaffirm the value of love and solidarity. It tells the story of Lucita who, while walking with her father, decides to give her gloves to a poor family in the park.
  • "La Quinceañera" ("Sweet Fifteen") is the story of a young girl who is about to turn 15 years old, but says she does not want to have the typical "sweet fifteen" party. Instead she tells her father the best gift would be his promise to seek help for his alcoholism.
  • "La Mariposa" ("The Butterfly"). Two brothers, ages 7 and 9 come across a butterfly while they are playing. Their father urges respect for all living things.
  • "Buscando a Alma" ("Looking For Alma") Alma's father throws her out of the house because she is pregnant. Gang members offer help in getting an abortion, but her father comes to find her and offers his support.

    • Por Mi Culpa: "It's My Fault," depicts a victim of domestic violence who accepts the help of her brother.

    • Invita a la Vecina: In "Invite the Neighbor," a young girl persuades her mother to invite a lonely elderly neighbor to come over and celebrate her birthday.

    • La Tardanza: "You're Late" highlights the importance of maintaining communication between parents and children.

    • El Héroe:"El Heroe" (The Hero), is aimed to young people and urges them to acknowledge and value parents and grandparents.

    • Las Galletas: "The Cookies" shows how love and kindness are worth more than expensive presents.

    • La Niña Diferente: "A Different Child" relates the story of a child who decides to befriend a girl at her school who has AIDS.

    • El Incendio: "The Fire" Is an invitation to nonviolence, which the campaign "La Familia Unida Esperanza en la Vida" wishes to extend to our youth.

    • El Bastón:In "The Cane" we are reminded that we must not lose sight of the importance of family solidarity, especially when it comes to our elders.


    • La Vergüenza: In "Shame", a father who had previously rejected his AIDS-stricken son shares with a friend that he has repented and wants to ask his son for forgiveness.

    • El Gol: "The Goal" tells the story of Pedrito and his family at a soccer game invite a reluctant Juan, who receives little support from his parents, to join them for a celebration.

    • La Guitarra: "The Guitar". A neighbor's intervention helps a father recognize the musical talent and need for recognition of his 13-year-old son.

    • La Bendición: In "The Blessing" a grandmother, through love and prayer, leads her grandson to reconsider his ways and to leave a gang.

    • "Como Tú y Papá: "Like you and Dad" asks parents to ask themselves if they are dedicating enough time to their kids.

    • Tia Julia: "Tia Julia" asks those who are frustrated that they should learn from their mistakes and seek reconciliation.

    • Luisito: "Luisito" heralds the importance of welcoming a new child into the family.

    • Solo Me Caí: In "I Just Fell Down" a recently divorced mother admits to a friend that she is physically abusing her daughter.


    • Te Quiero Papá: "I Love You, Dad," is about a son who calls his skeptical father just to tell him how much he loves him.

    • La Nueva Alumna: "The New Student" shows two teenage girls who mock and criticize a new student. When they remember their own experience of being the stranger, and decide to befriend her.

    • La Sorpresa: "The Surprise", A young woman is sad because her parents do not seem to have remembered her birthday and feels tempted to take comfort with a friend¹s gang.

    • Los Nuevos Vecinos: Talking about their "new neighbors", a mother and daughter remember when they were new to this country, and decide to help them out.

    • "La Gente Grande": In "Grownups," an innocent child¹s questions make his father see the importance of forgiveness and of reconciling with his brother.

    • Silvita: In "Silvita," a brief conversation between two friends in a bar lead one man to make changes in the way he treats his family.

    • El Reencuentro: In "The Re-Encounter," a father follows his 11 year old son who recently joined a gang and convinces him to return home.

    • El Secreto: In "The Secret" a young man uses a surprising tactic to get his friend to join him and other young people on a project to help a needy family.


    • El Hijo Pródigo: In "Prodigal Son," a Hispanic father accepts his son back into the family home when the son is threatened by a gang.

    • La Abuelita está enferma: "The grandmother is sick" is the story of a grandmother that is taken to the hospital. Her family realizes that it is time to show all the love and gratitude they feel towards her.

    • La Mamá Soltera Recibe Ayuda: In "Single Mother Gets Help", a neighbor helps a single mother.

    • Bienvenida Hija: "Welcome daughter" is the story of a father who repents and invites his daughter who is a single mother to come back home.

    • Discordia Familiar: In "Disagreements in the Family", a father regrets abusing his family and asks for forgiveness.

    • El Regalo: In "The Present" a boy resists the temptation of stealing, thanks to the good advice he receives from his brother and helps him.

    • "Los Amigos": "The Friends" shows how an alcoholic father decides to change his behavior thanks to the help of a good friend.

    • Orgullo Familiar: In "Family Pride" a father helps his little son fight discrimination at school, teaching him how to be proud of this own ethnic background.


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