Gloria Calderon Kellett, executive producer and showrunner of the new Latino version of One Day at a Time, receiving the Norman Lear Writer's Award at the 2016 Imagen Awards.
Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers, presents the award to Vilma Martinez, former President and General Counsel for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) and former U.S. Ambassador to Argentina.
Helen Hernandez, President of the Imagen Foundation, speaks at the 2016 Imagen Awards, addressing the importance of the Latino vote this election year. "For years, we have been called a sleeping giant. It's time for the giant to wake up."
Richard Cabral (American Crime, End of Watch) performing an excerpt from his one-man show, "Fighting Shadows," at the 2016 Imagen Awards.
Luis Guzman talks about the importance of voting in this year's Presidential Election. #WeCount
Lou Diamond Phillips at the Imagen Awards on what it means to be American. #WeCount
The Imagen Awards' trophy presenters were Sandra Zetti and Alvaro Castillo, undocumented Latinos who have been able to go to college and work as a result of California's DREAM Act. "This is a crucial election year, exercise your right to vote," said Alvaro at the 2016 Imagen Awards. #WeCount
Ana Kasparian, Cenk Uygur and Steve Oh from The Young Turks receive the Vision Award at the 2016 Imagen Awards.
Mike Medavoy, producer of the Imagen Award-winning The 33, speaks at the 2016 Imagen Awards.
Angelique Cabral presents the Best Supporting Actress in Television award to Lisa Vidal for her work in Being Mary Jane.