"I think it's a great opportunity to show a multi-generational view of different topics that everyone is somehow affected by in our world," The singer stated in a latest interview with CNN.
"It's not talked about a lot at all, racism within the community," Emily Estefan says throughout their dialogue. "All of the different colors that we can be in this beautiful Latino community."
"Queer Eye" star Karamo Brown speaks about his Cuban roots as a Black man and actress Amara La Negra discusses her experiences with racism in Hollywood.
"All 12 topics [that we cover] are important," Lili Estefan instructed CNN. "But Surfside, what happened in Miami was really one of those moments we will never forget ... that is one episode where people are going to connect so much."
Gloria added, "We have a survivor who came to the table. We have people who have lost both parents coming to the table. We make some connections that are really beautiful. It's always going to be about the human connection on the show."