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HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Hispanic Heritage Month is a national holiday in the USA. It is celebrated from September 15th to October 15th.
It is a time for all of us to remember the contributions of Hispanic-Americans.
Hispanic-Americans are Spanish-speaking people who have come to make the United States their home.
The word Hispanic describes people who come from Spanish- speaking countries...
Many Hispanics in the United States came from nearby places, like Mexico, Cuba, Central America, or South America.
But dont forget that Spanish-speaking people settled in the USA long before the English settled along the eastern coast...
Missionaries from Spain traveled among Native Americans in present-day California and New Mexico...
Spanish explorers traveled throughout present-day Florida almost 400 years ago!
In fact, the oldest city in the United States is St. Augustine, Florida, built by Spanish-speaking settlers...
And the rest of our history is full of famous leaders who were Hispanic!
One important Hispanic was César Chávez, a migrant farm worker who worked for fair treatment of Mexican workers on American farms.
César Chávez co-founded the National Farm Workers Association and is famous for his slogan, Sí, se puede (Yes, it can be done).
¿Cómo es César Chávez? Él es…
Another important Hispanic is Gabriel García Márquez. He is a writer from Colombia who was awarded the Noble Prize in Literature.
Gabriel García Márquez is best known for using magical realism in his stories. This means that his stories had elements of magic in otherwise ordinary situations.
¿Cómo es Gabriel García Márquez? Él es…
Frida Kahlo was a famous Mexican artist who was best known for her self portraits.
Frida Kahlo uses very intense and vibrant colors in her art. Many of her paintings have elements of Mexican and Native American culture.
¿Cómo es Frida Kahlo? Ella es…
Antonio Banderas is a famous actor from Spain who became very popular in the United States.
Antonio Banderas is known for his role in the Mask of Zorro and also his voice in the movie Shrek (as Puss In Boots).
¿Cómo es Antonio Banderas? Él es…
Celia Cruz was a famous singer born in Cuba. She is internationally known as the Queen of Salsa.
Celia Cruz has received twenty- three gold albums. She is the most influential female figure in the history of Cuban music.
¿Cómo es Celia Cruz? Ella es…
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Si Se Puede!. Si, se puede! is Spanish for yes, it is possible. The UFW uses the translation: yes, it can be done. This slogan was coined by Cesar Chavez.
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