Celebrate the Contributions of Hispanic Americans

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Have you ever thought about noteworthy Hispanic Americans or important moments in their history? Hispanic Heritage Month is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions made by Hispanic men and women to American society. 

Dive into the lives of incredible Hispanic Americans such as Octaviano Larrazolo, the first Hispanic senator in U.S. history, Rita Moreno, the first Latina actress to receive an Oscar, Dr. Antonia Coello Novello, the first Hispanic and first female surgeon general of the U.S., and Alicia Dickerson Montemayor, a great initiator of Hispanic women’s rights.

Watch the new Hispanic Heritage Month videos and learn more about fellow Americans whose examples continue to inspire and promote unity today. 

About the Heritage Month Video Series 

Each month, a new set of videos created by diversity trainer Dr. Steve Robbins is available for viewing. They can be watched alone or with groups to promote discussion and understanding. Watch new Hispanic Heritage Month videos and sign up to receive future videos. Help create a climate that welcomes differences among people.

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