Hispanic Heritage Month is an annual recognition of the diverse cultures, history and contributions of Hispanic Americans. First celebrated in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week, the month-long celebration, from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, was enacted into federal law in 1988.
The Library is here to help you celebrate with books, like the booklist below, resources, events and more! To start:
This Hispanic and Latino Heritage Libby list has a mix of eBooks and eAudiobooks for all ages.
This Hispanic Heritage Month Kanopy list has films featuring Hispanic Americans and/or celebrating Hispanic heritage and culture.
Explore the branches and roots of your family tree with a number of Library genealogy resources.
Attend events such as weekly bilingual storytimes, or a workshop or concert with Latin Grammy-winning duo 123 Andrés.