From September 15 through October 15, the United States recognizes National Hispanic Heritage Month, honoring the vibrant histories, languages, traditions, and values that transcend borders and unite Hispanic and Latinx people across the Americas and Caribbean islands.
The movement to celebrate the contributions of the Latin American community in the United States was introduced in 1968 and has since transformed into a nationally recognized, month-long commemoration of Latin American culture.
This month is an opportunity to celebrate our members and staff connected to the shared and distinctive parts of Latinx and Hispanic cultures, histories, and heritage. We invite you to join us as we read, watch, listen, and act towards a more equitable, inclusive space for everyone.
- ‘I Hope That They Get Excited’: The Rarity And Importance Of Latino Success In CRE
- Five Projects by Hispanic Architects
- The Economic State of Latinos in America: The American Dream Deferred
- The Story of Farmer-Turned-NASA Astronaut José Hernández Who Was Rejected 11 Times
- There is ‘V shaped’ recovery happening in the Latino economy: Hispanic Business leader
- Key facts about U.S. Latinos for National Hispanic Heritage Month
- Anything for Selena
- The Kid Mero Talks ‘What It Means To Be Latino’
- Growing Up Latino With Peter Guzman, an accomplished Small Business Owner, Real Estate Investor and Developer
- Latino Community Foundation
- The Unity Council
- La Raza Community Resource Center
- Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility
- Association of Latino Professionals For America
- AIM HIGH
Thank you to Rod Roche and Daisy Cortez for curating this list of resources!