September 27, 2021

VIDEO: 'Celebrando Nuestra Hispanidad: A Conversation with Latino Leaders'

Source:  NYSUT Social Justice
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Video of the celebration is also available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.

“Celebrando Nuestra Hispanidad: A Conversation with Latino Leaders,” a virtual celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, took place Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021.

Hosted by NYSUT Secretary-Treasurer J. Philippe Abraham, head of the statewide union's Many Threads, One Fabric social justice initiative, the event features welcoming remarks from NYSUT President Andy Pallotta and a panel discussion with New York State Education Commissioner Betty Rosa and American Federation of Teachers Executive Vice President Evelyn DeJesus.

Other highlights include award presentations to Rosa; Yanira Merino, president of the Labor Council of Latin American Advancement; and Migdalia “Micky” Jimenez, regional director for Capital District Latinos. Student performances are also included.

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.

Video: NYSUT Members Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month


New Poster Honors Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa

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NYSUT celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 with a new poster honoring Maria Hinojosa, the longtime host and executive producer of Latino USA, the longest running national Latino news and cultural public radio program. The Mexican-born Hinojosa is also the founder, president and CEO of Futuro Media Group, which produces the show.

Download or order the poster at Limited quantities are free to NYSUT members.