National Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

National Hispanic Heritage Month welcome graphic

From September 15 until October 15, we recognize the numerous contributions that individuals of Hispanic origin have made within our nation by celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month. In acknowledging the positive impact that generations of Hispanics have brought to American society and culture, we hope to bring light to the benefits of diversity and cultural competence, which are core tenets of effective social work practice.

Resources

National Hispanic Heritage Month
Government Initiative

My Identity is a Superpower Not an Obstacle- Ted Talk
"Latinx" to use or not to use?
Erasure considerations when using the term "BIPOC"
Why is Critical Race Theory Important for Latinos?, Julissa Arce
My America: Immigrant and Refugee Writers Today
Abuelita Faith, Kat Armas
Robyn Henderson Espinoza, Activist Theology
StoryCorps & AARP Present Hispanic Heritage Month


Hispanic Street Art

Events

Watch Baylor's Hispanic Heritage Virtual Celebration Here

September 26th
Neighbor Nights

October 7th
Hispanic Heritage Banquet

September 20th-23rd
CHCI Leadership conference and 44th annual awards gala


Colorful fabric with traditional Hispanic print

Support Hispanic Businesses

There are so many great Hispanic owned businesses in the Waco area!

For all of your furniture needs: visit 25th Street Furniture
Need a special event dress? Stop by Vanessa's Boutique
Check out KurbSide Coffee for your daily pick me up
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