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Hispanic Heritage Month sparks pro-immigrant movement

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

America is saluting the Latino community and its contributions as part of Hispanic Heritage Month, which started last Friday. This time, however, the celebration comes with a large partnership to defend Latinos who are vulnerable to President Donald Trump’s draconian policies. The National Hispanic...

Hispanic Heritage Month Sparks Pro-Immigration Movement in the Trump Era

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, a coalition of 45 Latino advocacy organizations across the country, launched the “Latino Heritage Month of Action.”

Rep. Sánchez kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month: 'It is a time to recognize—with pride—our DREAMers'

“This year’s National Hispanic Heritage Month takes on even greater significance, because of the relentless political attacks we have seen against the Latino community in the United States,” said Rep. Linda Sánchez, v ice chair of the...Show More Summary

Googler Susanna Kohly on “building digital bridges” in Cuba, her family’s homeland

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the fascinating stories and important contributions of our Hispanic Googlers. Over the course of the month, we’ll share a bit about their histories, their families, and what keeps them busy inside and outside of work. Show More Summary

HRC Stands Proudly with Latinx Community During Hispanic Heritage Month

HRC is proud to observe National Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins on Friday, September 15, an annual celebration of the histories and cultures of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central...Show More Summary

Trump proclaims National Hispanic Heritage Month

President Donald Trump says Americans are grateful for the many contributions Latinos make to the United States. On Wednesday, Trump signed a proclamation marking Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 as … Click to Continue »

Judge Trump criticized to speak at Hispanic heritage event

An Indiana-born federal judge who President Donald Trump criticized during last year's presidential campaign will speak next month in Indianapolis during an event marking Hispanic Heritage Month. U.S. District Judge … Click to Continue »

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

As the daughter of a Mexican immigrant, sharing Latino culture with my wider community is a daily part of life. From practicing Mexican folk dances with classmates to introducing neighbors to our favorite traditional foods, my family is always grateful to share our experiences as Latinos in the U.S. Show More Summary

20 Inspiring Latina Stars Who Are Changing The World

Post by Celia San Miguel.   It's Hispanic Heritage Month, so there's no better time to celebrate all the trail-blazing Latina powerhouses who are using their fame and success to make the world a better place. These Latina stars are raising...Show More Summary

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Profile of a DS Security Engineer Officer

The Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) is honored to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by highlighting what Security Engineering Officer Joy Baca brings to the bureau and the State Department.

Hispanic Heritage Month: Strengthening Diplomacy by Embracing Diversity

It was almost 10 years ago when I found myself surrounded by a room full of diplomats and polyglots in a war-room style office monitoring and analyzing the representation of our nations’ foreign policies in international media.  I saw this internship in the Department’s Bureau of Public Aff

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

11 months agoTechnology / Google : Google Blog

As the daughter of a Mexican immigrant, sharing Latino culture with my wider community is a daily part of life. From practicing Mexican folk dances with classmates to introducing neighbors to our favorite traditional foods, my family is always grateful to share our experiences as Latinos in the U.S. Show More Summary

Obama Says Hispanic Culture Is 'Woven Into Our Daily Lives'

President Barack Obama praised the Hispanic community Wednesday for all the contributions it has made to the United States. During the White House’s annual Hispanic Heritage Month reception, Obama said Hispanic heritage is one of the richest in the world. “And the United States is blessed to share so much of it,” he said. Show More Summary

Hispanic Heritage Month 2016: Building a More Diverse and Inclusive Future at the State Department

Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs until October 15, serves as a time to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and to celebrate their heritage and culture.

Resilience Of Latinos Transcends Past Hardships And Injustices

During Hispanic Heritage month, we celebrate the economic, social, and cultural contributions of our nation's robust, dynamic and diverse Latino community. Latinos are the fastest-growing minority group in the United States, with a population of just over 56 million. Show More Summary

Capital Journal Daybreak: Campaign 2016, More

HERE’S A LOOK AT THE DAY AHEAD OBAMA ADMINISTRATION: President Barack Obama has meetings at the White House and delivers remarks at 4:50 p.m. at a reception for Hispanic heritage month at the White House. ELECTION 2016: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds rallies in Pueblo, Col. (1:30 p.m. ET) and Las Vegas (8:30 p.m. […]

Hispanic Heritage Month: Celebrating Hispanic Contributions to Foreign Policy and Development

More than 55 million strong in the United States, Hispanics are making a tremendous contribution to the fabric of America.

In Hispanic Heritage Month, Let’s Remember Gay Rights Pioneer Tony Segura

In the very earliest years of America’s East Coast-based gay movement, long before Stonewall, a Cuban immigrant was arguably the central organizer for the struggle. His name was Tony Segura, and this National Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s time to give him his due. Born in Cuba in 1919, Gonzalo Segura Jr. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Addresses Young Latinas: 'You're The Daughters Of Trailblazers'

11 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Hillary Clinton set her sights on Latina millennials and their vote in a new op-ed written for PopSugar Latina’s Hispanic Heritage Month series. In the piece, published Friday, the Democratic nominee expresses her admiration for young...Show More Summary

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