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HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

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Transcript of HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

INTRODUCTION
-Hispanic Heritage Month pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society.
- For myself,Hispanic Heritage doesn't really mean anything.That is because I have no Hispanic heritage in my family,that I know of,but I know it means a lot to other
people.
Hispanic Heritage Month Presentation
Quixoti K.-Ms.Canady-Norfork-9/18/14
In this presentation I will be covering the history and interesting facts about Hispanic Heritage Month.I will be listing a time line of these historical events.I hope you enjoy learning the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month.
A Timeline of The Important Historical Events
- It all started with the discovery of America on October 12,1492.
- In September 1968,Congress authorized President Lyndon B. Johnson to proclaim National Hispanic Heritage Week.
- The observance was expanded in 1988 to a month long celebration(Sep.15-Oct.15)
- America celebrates the culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to spain.Mexico and the Spanish speaking nations of America.
Interesting Facts About Hispanic Heritage Month
- September 15 was chosen as the starting point for the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month because it is the aniversary of independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua
- Mexico declared it independence on September 16, and Chile on September 18
- Leaders and activists with Hispanic heritage include: Roberto Alomar, Jose Canseco, Oscar De La Hoya, Scott Gomez, Pedro Martinez, Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez, and Nancy Lopez
- Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States
- The first year that Hispanic Heritage was celebrated on a national level was 1968, when it began as a week long celebration
- Celebrations for the National Hispanic Heritage Month include film screenings, concerts, festivals with food and crafts and other goods, and muesem exhibts
- Bartolome De Las Casas(1484-1566)Although not actually born in Latin America, there can be no doubt about where his heart was. This Dominican friar fought for freedom and native rights in the early days of conquest and colonization, placing himself squarely in the way of those who would exploit and abuse the natives. If not for himself, the horrors of the conquest would have been immeasurably worse
Hispanic Leaders
- Fidel Castro(1926)The fiery revolutionary turned irascible statesman has had a profound effect on world politics for fifty years. A thorn in the side of American leaders since the Eisenhower administration, he has been a beacon of resistance for antimperialists
- Simon Bolivar(1783-1830)"The George Washinton of South America"Led the way to freedom for millions of South Americans. His great charisma combined with military acumen made him the greatest of the different leaders of the Latin American Independence movement. He is responsible for the liberation of the present-day nations of Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, and Boliva
Arts And Literature
This presentation was about Hispanic heritage Month and the brief history and importance.I hope you learned from this and the importance of Hispanic Heritage month
How We Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
- There are many ways we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Many people want to be with family and do family activities, watch a film, make recipes for food,create crafts, and much more.
-Questions And Answers -
- Questions are always invited and important for learning more about a certain topic like this one.
There are many famous Hispanics who have made art we know today and may not even be aware that it was a Hispanic artist who made it! Here's a list of some:

Rodolfo "Rudy" Escalera (June 1, 1929-January 5, 2000) was a Mexican-American artist. Among other works, he created collectible plates for the 1984 Summer Olympics. Escalera also created a collectible plate for the 1986 World Cup hosted in Mexico. Escalera's primary medium was oils on canvas. The majority of his works are based in realism as he did not like abstract painting. I chose this artist because i thought his work was interesting.
-Resources-
Google.com / Yahoo.com /Factmonster.com HispanicHeritageMonth.org
- Questions such as"Who came up with the idea for Hispanic Heritage Month?"There are still many questions that need to be asked and answered so I encourage you to ask
Veronica Ruiz De Velasco (Febuary 1968) is a neo-figurative painter of Mexican oirgin living in the United States.
One more artist that I will name is Frida Kahlo (July 6 1907-July 13 1954)was a Mexican-American painter who was best known for her self-portraits. Kahlo's life began and ended in Mexico City, in her home known as the blue house.Her full name is Magdelena Carmen Freida Kahlo y Calderon.
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