Recent celebrations of National Hispanic Heritage Month call our attention to the growing importance of Hispanic culture, histories, and contributions in the United States. As the Hispanic population has grown, so too has the interest...Show More Summary
Google honored Grammy-winning icon Selena with a Google Doodle on Oct. 17 on the 28th anniversary of her self-titled studio album debut, and during National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Our nation’s first Hispanic submarine commanding officer—(Aug. 5, 1913 – May 15, 1980) The post A Salute to Captain Arellano–A Tribute for Hispanic Heritage Month appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the fascinating stories and important contributions of our Hispanic Googlers—their histories, their families, and what keeps them busy inside and outside of work. Today we hear from...Show More Summary
To commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month colleagues from the Bureau of Diplomatic Security discussed their hispanic heritage, diversity, and the role each has played in their careers.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the fascinating stories and important contributions of our Hispanic Googlers—their histories, their families, and what keeps them busy inside and outside of work. Next up is Alberto...Show More Summary
Sounds and colors from all over Latin America filled Fifth Avenue, as more than 800,000 participated in Hispanic Heritage Month parade.
President Donald Trump used an exaggerated Spanish accent during a speech marking Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House on Friday.
President Trump used an exaggerated Spanish accent during a speech marking Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House, the HuffPost reports. “We are also praying for the people of Puerto Rico,” he said, emphasizing the first two syllables of the [...]
President Donald Trump played with the pronunciation of Puerto Rico as he saluted Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House. (Oct. 6)
"Ugh. Just build the wall already... permanently around him."
President Donald Trump repeatedly used an exaggerated Spanish accent to pronounce “Puerto Rico” in his speech to a Hispanic Heritage Month event. “We are also praying for the people of Puerto Rico,” Mr Trump told the crowd, dragging out the vowels into a caricature of the Spanish pronunciation. “We love Puerto Rico.
Melania Trump made an appearance alongside husband President Trump on Friday at a Hispanic Heritage Month event.
Melania Trump attended an event at the White House to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. She stood by President Donald Trump's side as he spoke to a room of over 200 Hispanic guests, including business people and political leaders, about disaster relief and the Latin-American community. Show More Summary
Fresh off his basketball tour through Puerto Rico, Donald Trump invited a lovely crowd to the White House to celebrate the heritage of those he once disparaged as "rapists" and "murderers" and "drug dealers." He's come a long way and...Show More Summary
It was during a speech at the White House honoring Hispanic Heritage Month
During an address to Latino leaders for Hispanic Heritage Month, President Donald Trump appeared to put on an exaggerated Spanish accent when discussing the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico. “We are also praying for the people of Puerto Rico,” Trump said, putting on an accent to laughs...
The Rage Tweeter-In-Chief this afternoon went for and received laughs when he three times pronounced “Puerto Rico” with an affected Spanish accent. Because using a mock Spanish accent is par for the course when announcing Hispanic Heritage Month. Show More Summary
During a Hispanic Heritage Month event at the White House.