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October 19th, 2009
06:06 PM ET

Tomorrow: Anderson interviews Eva Longoria

Actress and activist Eva Longoria-Parker makes remarks at a National Museum of the American Latino Commission press conference at the House Triangle last week in Washington, DC.

Actress and activist Eva Longoria-Parker makes remarks at a National Museum of the American Latino Commission press conference at the House Triangle last week in Washington, DC.

AC360°

By 2050, the U.S. Latino population is expected to nearly triple. Next week, CNN's 'Latino in America' explores how Latinos are reshaping our communities and culture and forcing a nation of immigrants to rediscover what it means to be an American.

Don't miss this special on October 21 and October 22 at 9pm (ET) to watch interviews with Eva Longoria, George Lopez, and Latinos across America to examine issues from immigration to education and the American dream.

On Tuesday, Anderson will speak to Longoria about 'Latino in America,' Hispanic Heritage Month and the role of Latinos in Hollywood. Longoria is also the commissioner for the National Museum of the American Latino. Tune in to hear her thoughts on health care, immigration and worker's rights. Tomorrow, AC360° at 10 p.m. ET.

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