Edward James Olmos wants America to have a vivid picture of Hispanics.
An exhibit being prepared by 35 of the nation's photographers will portray Hispanics raising their children, toiling at work, even relaxing. There will be no movie stars, no athletes - no famous Hispanics at all."We're trying to give a different image, break the stereotype," the "Miami Vice" actor said Thursday in Miami.
The photo collection, which will be part of an exhibit that will travel to 32 cities and 60 countries, will represent "the contributions of Americans of Latin ancestry to the American culture," said Olmos, who addressed the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.