Earlier this fall we celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month (mid-Sept through mid-Oct). How familiar are you with the hispanic cultures and traditions of the U.S. residents whose heritage came from Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean? How well, if at all, does your church understand hispanic culture? [...]
September 15 marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month and the start of our third year celebrating the Hispanic community through events and community outreach initiatives. Googlers from our Corporate Social Responsibility Team,...Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless is paying tribute Hispanic heritage this month. In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, the carrier said Thursday, Verizon Wireless is launching the Dia de tus Suenos or Day of Your Dreams sweepstakes to celebrate the history, contributions and culture of Hispanics in the United States. As a result, Verizon is seeking entries and [...]
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, by making this sumptuous recipe provided by our very own Lea Rodrigues. This Chicken Tortilla soup has tons of flavor, with plenty of veg, chicken and of course avocado, in the mix. The crunch of tortilla chips and the splash of lime, make it bright and cheerful! Chicken Tortilla Soup
For this past Sunday’s Tennessee-Houston game the Texans Cheerleaders celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by giving their first-half uniforms a little Spanish flair. Thanks to reader Keith for the photos. [Texans Cheerleaders Gallery] [Houston Texans Cheerleaders]
Hailed as the largest Hispanic Heritage Month event in the nation, the Librotraficantes 50 for Freedom celebration on September 21 will include readings from Tucson's banished books in venues across the nation.
Ruiz de Burton's work is a game changer. The Squatter and the Don and Who Would Have Thought It? helped shift the paradigm of American literature. Thanks to the Arte Publico Recovery project, Ruiz de Burton's books are available and included in college courses.
Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency kicked off its celebration of "Hispanic Heritage Month" with an e-mail message featuring Che Guevara along with his famous slogan, "Hasta la Victoria Siempre."
On the homepage today, John Fund writes of what the Environmental Protection Agency, or someone there, did for “Hispanic Heritage Month”: He, she, or they sent out an e-mail with the “iconic photo” of Che Guevara and “Hasta la victoria siempre.” That was one of those Communist slogans of the period. Show More Summary
By Guest Contributor Blanca E. Vega The days between September 15 and October 15 have been federally recognized as Hispanic Heritage Month. This is the time in which many Latin American countries (e.g. Mexico, Chile, Guatemala) have struggled and won independence from Spain. The struggle for freedom has been memorialized into a cultural celebration in the US since…
With Hispanic Heritage Month underway, it's time again for the NCLR ALMA Awards, which highlights "the very best American Latino contributions to music, television, and...
Is anyone really surprised by this?… Really? The EPA honored Hispanic Heritage Month by promoting a Marxist mass murderer. Because they’re more than just a business killing agency. Buzzfeed reported, via All American Blogger: The Environmental Protection Agency commemorated the … Continue reading ?
And racist generalizations: Hispanic people are vibrant, socializing and fun loving people. [...] In Hispanic families, there is a culture of living in closely knit groups that not only contains grandfathers and grandchildren but all generations whose descendants are alive. In most of the families, father acts as a chief of the family while mother works as a housewife. [...]Show More Summary
I wonder if the EPA understands how many Hispanics Che Guevera and his fellow socialists murdered in their struggle for power? The Environmental Protection Agency commemorated the start of Hispanic Heritage Month with a picture of Che Guevara and a bit of plagiarism. An internal email obtained by BuzzFeed and distributed to agency employees marking [...]
The Environmental Protection Agency sent an internal e-mail to staff today celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month — featuring a picture of Che Guevara: From: Susie Goldring/DC/USEPA/US Keep reading this post...
The nation’s largest wireless carrier is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Verizon Wireless announced this week that it is launching the “Dia de tus Suenos” or “Day of Your Dreams” contest. The purpose of the effort is to celebrate the history, contributions and culture of Hispanics across the nation. Through October 15, Latinos can register once [...]
We're not a focus group any more. We're over 50 million strong with all that that means practically from demographic, political and cultural perspectives. I believe we need a term that unites us in important contexts and at critical times.
October is Hispanic Heritage Month and whether you realize it or not, some of your favorite celebrities should, theoretically, be celebrating their cultural history this month. Check out a few celebs who you probably would have never realized were Latinos
What if instead of continuing to celebrate only heritage, we celebrated our collective Latino leadership? What if we punctuated this year's Hispanic Heritage Month by putting that leadership into action?
"My hispanic heritage means everything to me," says Eva Longoria, Mexican-American actress who is best known for playing Gabrielle Solis on Desperate Housewives. Eva Longoria...