Monday, September 25, 2023

Latino Heritage Month Begins September 15. Here Are Five New Reasons to Celebrate

Los Angeles, Ca. September 15, 2023.- Latino Heritage Month begins in the second half of September, along with the celebration of the independence of countries such as Mexico and Chile. Here is a list of six reasons to continue celebrating the contributions, which this year alone will add to the cultural, political and social contributions of the United States:

  1. Cinematographic success for the Latin community.- The year 2023 stands out with two successful Latin films: “Flamin’ Hot” and “Blue Beetle.” The first is about the inventor of the tasty and very spicy snack Richard Montañez, who is from Rancho Cucamonga, and the second, the first installment of the first superhero of Latin origin from DC Comics disnaia, starring Xolo Madueña who is now this story definitely has more to deliver.

2. The growth of the Latino population in the United States. According to US Census data, the Latino population in recent years has continued to grow steadily in the Latino community. In addition, the demand for bilingual skills is increasing.

3. Recognize US currency Mexican-American journalist and activist Jovita Idár became the first Latina to be represented on coins in the United States, and there is already a coin dedicated to Celia Cruz herself scheduled for 2024.

4. The political struggle for Latino rights Despite the challenges, advocates for the Latino community continue to fight for equality and justice in the United States. With a history spanning fifty years promoting and advancing the Latino agenda in the United States through the Latino Legal Group, also known as the Latino Caucus.

5. The National Latino Museum at the Smithsonian Institution: The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino recently opened the Molina Family Latino Gallery and announced plans for a museum dedicated to Latino heritage.

The Molina Family Latino Gallery explores the diverse histories of Latinos in the United States, past, present and future, through dynamic, multidisciplinary exhibitions and programs that create participatory experiences for individuals, families and groups, as well as promoting intergenerational and intercultural conversations and celebrating the diversity of the Latino community.

And even though Latino Heritage Month ends on October 15, we should always have reasons to be proud throughout the year.

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