LatinX Heritage Month, or Hispanic Heritage Month (official government designation) recognizes and honors the enduring contributions and importance of LatinX Americans to the U.S. and celebrates the many heritages and cultures of Americans from or with ancestors from Mexico, the Caribbean, Spain, Central and South America.
The iMAKE Innovation Center honors the culturally preferred and more appropriate term of LatinX Heritage Month and expands events through early November. The term “Latinx” relates to people of Latin American origin or descent and is used as a gender-neutral or non-binary alternative to Latino or Latina.
|For more resources on LatinX Heritage Month visit, Library LatinX|
The iMAKE Innovation Team celebrates Latinx Month with Art.
Biographies of inspirational LatinX personalities and celebrities in history