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La Fuerza de Creer 2

The 5-episode miniseries, originally from Univision, will touch on how parents can help their children with early literacy, mathematical skills development and emotional social development.

This Monday, January 7, The Force of Believing 2 begins, an educational miniseries that tells the story of four families facing challenges such as separation from deportation, adoption, being single parents, illiteracy and bilingualism.

The series will be broadcast by Univision at 2PM / 1C and stars actors Scarlet Ortiz, Rene Lavan, Sandra Destenave, Gaby Rivero and Daniel Lugo.

“I want to invite you not to miss it, to enjoy it, to see it. You will enjoy when you see a wonderful family program, full of love, for you,” Ortiz told Univision, who plays Clara Martinez, who after working 25 years as a school teacher look for employment in a community center for low-income families.

His character begins to discover the problems of the community and of the children and families who visit him regularly, and decides to ask for the help of his friend Susana Lopez (played by Susana Destenave) who is a pediatrician and psychologist. Together they embark on a mission to develop an aid program for parents and children in the center.

But they quickly encounter a major obstacle: Commissioner Alfredo Dominguez (played by Roberto Escobar) intends to dismantle the center to sell the land to a private company with plans to build a golf center.

“In this story I am giving life to Susana, a child psychologist, and I want to invite all of you and invite you to see us. This is a wonderful series. Do not miss it, because you will like it very much, “added Destenave.

The miniseries is part of an educational campaign and will provide resources to parents on how to help their children with early literacy, mathematical skills development and emotional social development.

Among other things, their messages encourage Hispanic parents and caregivers to carry out activities that feed vocabulary, such as speaking, reading, and singing with their children. It is proven that the earlier children are stimulated the better, because during the first five years of life the brain is more receptive than ever.