Gabriel Reyes of Reyes Entertainment is a public relations master here in Los Angeles. In part 2 of his intimate interview, Reyes talks about the struggles Latinos continue to face for equal rights. He also discusses his past struggles with self love as a gay latino man growing up in an abusive household.
Gabriel’s journey in PR was sparked by an urgency to see Latinos better represented in media and to help change public opinion on Latinos overall. He has done publicity for Latina Magazine, Modern Family, Ugly Betty, The George Lopez Show, Bordertown, and several others. Although he champions Latino media, he is a mainstream publicist that handles all media.
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