Kellogg Community College’s annual observance of National Hispanic Heritage Month continues this fall with several events, activities and initiatives running through Oct. 15.
Major events include virtual and in-person Zumba classes in late September; an Almuerzo Latino (Latin lunch) on Oct. 5; a virtual tour of the Museum of Latin American Art on Oct. 12; and a month-long exhibit of online resources hosted by KCC’s Morris Library.
See a full list at kellogg.edu/hhm.
The Morris Library’s Hispanic Heritage Month exhibit, online at guides.kellogg.edu/exhibits, includes links to a wide variety of Hispanic Heritage Month resources, including:
- Recommended Hispanic Heritage Month reading
- TED Talks by Hispanic and Latinx speakers
- Free films related to Hispanic culture, available through KCC’s Kanopy streaming video service
- Latinx podcasts
- And more!
Stay tuned throughout the month for more Hispanic Heritage Month content and celebrations from KCC!
About National Hispanic Heritage Month
National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated in the U.S. from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 each year to celebrate Latino culture and the past and present contributions of individuals with Latino heritage. The month-long observance began as Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968 and was expanded to a full 30 days in 1988; the Sept. 15 start date is relevant as the anniversary of the independence of several Latin American countries.
For more information about National Hispanic Heritage Month, visit hispanicheritagemonth.gov.