#HispanicHeritageMonth

Last year, I was fortunate to introduce my entire family to when we kicked off in & they were able to thank him personally. When Joe saw my children, nieces & nephews in the crowd, he called them up on stage & out of the sun

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Tonight & Sunday at 6:30 PM: 's Noticiero Telemundo Fin de Semana will air interviews with servicemembers who have close personal ties to .

We join the in honoring Pvt. Pedro Cano during for his valiant efforts in a German battle in WWII. He was honored for that courage 70 years later with the Medal of Honor.

It's and we spotted Justice Sotomayor, Representative , Frida Kahlo, Archbishop Oscar Romero, and El Chavo at during ! 🥰

Only thing cooler than recognizing is celebrating it with Hollywood tough guy Danny Trejos!

I am Mangusu and I am a half-Peruvian planet wanderer, performing my way around the world. I didnt know any hispanic kids growing up so I felt slightly alone but my optimism turned that into Uniqueness & I picked myself a sona that felt as unique as I did

Great to celebrate with and honor my dear fierce friend who has done so much to advance Latinx voices and immigrant rights. Congrats!

Extra: Celebrating Hispanic and Latinx Floridians who dare to create a more perfect union. Meet Karla Hernandez-Mats, president of United Teachers of Dade (), the teachers' union for one of the largest school districts in America.

New Spanish language edition of my bio of Afro-Puerto Rican, Harlem Renaissance bibliophile SCHOMBURG: THE MAN WHO BUILT A LIBRARY.

Capping off our celebration through the Heritage History Series recognizing the “Daniel’s Amigos” campaign with & .

Thank you for celebrating with us! The contributions of Hispanic and Latinx Americans to art, popular culture, and society are worth celebrating every day. We hope you've had a happy Hispanic Heritage Month!

Check out the video below to see why Maj. Kymberley Grace Jurado serves in the U.S. Army Reserve and as a civilian for U.S. Army Africa.

I play a red kangaroo in the fandom but in the real world, I'm a teacher who was born and raised in El Paso Texas. I'm Cuban. Mexican. Always proud of my heritage.

"Because of my parents sacrifice...I haven't hard to go through as many difficult times. That's something I will always keep in mind...to make their sacrifice worth it."

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