Office of Multicultural Student Success

Hispanic Heritage Month

 Planning committees are open to all UT students, faculty, and staff. If you are interested in serving on the planning committee for Hispanic heritage month, please email omss@utoledo.edu

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Resources

FORGOTTEN: WOMEN OF JUAREZ PODCAST
In the border city of Ciudad Juárez, hundreds of women have gone missing. The ones that are found have strange symbols carved on their bodies, some have their wrists bound with shoelaces. All are discarded like garbage. The story of Forgotten investigates theories about what or who is responsible—a serial killer, organ traffickers, a Satanic Cult—and pursues an investigation with law enforcement on both sides of the border, terrified witnesses and corrupt authorities.

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KANOPY MOVIES AND DOCUMENTARIES AVAILABLE FOR FREE!
Check out some movies and documentaries related to Latin American Studies. Just log in with your utad to stream for free. "At Kanopy we believe in the power of film to bridge cultural boundaries and bring people together. Start watching today and expand your worldview with us."

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SMITHSONIAN HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH VIRTUAL EVENTS
The Smithsonian has set up a series of virtual events that highlight various Hispanic artists.

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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY VIRTUAL TOUR
A collection of Hispanic artifacts curated by the National Museum of American History.

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MÚSICA DEL PUEBLO: A SMITHSONIAN VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
A virtual exhibition of Latino roots music and culture in the United States and Latin America.

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OUR AMERICA: THE LATINO PRESENCE IN AMERICAN ART VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art presents the rich and varied contributions of Latino artists in the United States since the mid-twentieth century, when the concept of a collective Latino identity began to emerge. The exhibition is drawn entirely from the Smithsonian American Art Museum's pioneering collection of Latino art. It explores how Latino artists shaped the artistic movements of their day and recalibrated key themes in American art and culture.

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Last Updated: 3/29/22