En Español | This Hispanic Heritage Month, AARP in The Virgin Islands continues to support Latinos. Your determination and strength have helped weave stronger, more tightly knit communities.
Celebrate the Latino community and groove to Tejano music at Celebrando con AARP—a yearly bash held as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, which is Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, join AARP members and friends for an enchanting evening of the captivating rhythms of Rio de la Plata: the tango. This one-night-only presentation of tango and milonga music features the extraordinary voice of Mariana Quinteros.
As part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, AARP Virgin Islands is participating in a two-day event aimed at bringing islanders together to have fun while learning about social services.
En Español While a large portion of the Virgin Islands population considers its self to be Hispanic, when it comes to celebrating the contributions of Hispanics in the VI, all Virgin Islanders join in the festivities.
California has rich history, and Hispanic/Latino culture has played a major role shaping the state. “ Alta California” was founded as a province of the Viceroy of New Spain in 1804, and subsequently became part of Mexico when that country declared its independence from Spain in 1821.
September marks Hispanic Heritage Month (from September 15 th to October 15 th) and we'll be sharing interesting facts about this month-long celebration every Wednesday until October 15th. We hope you will enjoy learning important information about Latino heritage.
By Cynthia Pasquale • Through pickets, strikes, protests and boycotts in the 1960s and ’70s, Mexican Americans fought for civil rights, cultural preservation, and social and political change in Colorado.
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