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Hispanic Heritage Month 4 Kids

Hispanic Heritage Month Resources

Every year from September 15 to October 15, Americans celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by appreciating the community’s history, heritage, and contributions of the ancestors of American citizens who came from Mexico, Spain, the Caribbean, and South- and Central America.

Hispanic Heritage Month originally started with one week of commemoration when it was first introduced by Congressman George E. Brown in June 1968. With the civil rights movement, the need to recognize the contributions of the Latin community gained traction in the 1960s. Awareness of the multicultural groups living in the United States was also gradually growing.  (Hispanic Heritage Month).

Hispanic Heritage Month Activities for Your Kids to Try

How to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month With Kids

Hispanic Heritage Month Resources For Teachers, Parents, & Kids

Hispanic Heritage Month – September 2022

Hispanic Heritage Month Books

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