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Sep 27, 2023 | Insights

Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month

Honoring Hispanic culture through storytelling and celebration of culture, history and present-day pride is a special way to acknowledge tradition. From September 15-October 15, people across the globe are finding unique opportunities to bring together community members and share experiences.

Through the making of crafts, poetry readings, book talks, and more, people are learning and growing their understanding of what Hispanic heritage means to the over 60 million people within the Latino/x/e population in the U.S. Through Hispanic Heritage month, the importance of representation is brought to the forefront.  


National Education Organization Activities – Check out this list of curated resources, books, lessons, videos and activities, to explore, learn, and celebrate the vibrant heritage and contributions of Hispanic and Latino communities.

Hispanic Heritage Month Official Campaign Webpage – Explore film discussions, outdoor events, screenings and more in support of Hispanic Heritage month.

National Museum of the American Latino Resources – There are several online resources to learn more about American Latino experiences and how you can join the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, including artist and culture profiles.