National Hispanic Heritage Month pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America, and who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. The observation was established by Title 36, U.S. Code, Section 126 and Public Law 100-402. It was enacted into public law on August 17, 1988, under President Ronald Reagan. Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from 15 September - 15 October of each year. The observance is celebrated during this time frame due to many significant events for various Hispanic communities which fall within the observance period.
The theme this year is Todos Somos, Somos Uno: We are All, We are One.
Below is a sampling of LRC books in support of National Hispanic Heritage Month. These books are either available for check out in the LRC or can be accessed online as eBooks through our EBSCOhost eBook database subscription (login credentials are posted on Blackboard under Services or see LRC staff) or using your AULS NCOLCoE LRC account.