September 15th to October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month. How are you going to celebrate?
Read a book by a Latino/a author – recommendations for all ages (You can also check out books I recommend by clicking “LIBROS” up at the top of the page.)
Don’t forget about documentaries. I usually catch these on T.V. The best one I ever stumbled upon was Compadre. If you ever have the opportunity to see it – SEE IT. Ya te dije.
Support the DREAM Act and Immigration Reform!
Take up a Zumba class, or check locally for other Latin Dance classes. I took classes earlier this year and loved it.
Support the creation of The National Museum of the American Latino.
Learn to speak Spanish – (totally free, and totally awesome. I’ve tried this website myself and it is top quality.)
And my favorite way to celebrate? Kiss a Latino :) (But this one is mine, get your own.)
Lastly, in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Surropa.com is again offering 15% off to my readers! They have a new section of Hispanic Heritage T-shirts. Check them out and if you see one you like, use the coupon code “latinaish” to get your discount. Offer expires Oct. 15th, 2010.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are my own and all links provided simply because I like them.
Image source: Seattle Municipal Archives