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"Hispanic Americans: A History of Serving Our Nation"

Join AACC in celebrating the history, culture, and traditions that define the Hispanic community and its future as a group. Let's take this month as an opportunity to reflect on Hispanic American's service and contributions to the history of our nation. Customs and traditions always will be part of the Hispanic population. AACC has planned events and activities to promote and share with the general community a legacy of history, culture and traditions.

2019 Schedule of Events

Week of September 16

A Taste of Traditional Hispanic Food

Get your appetite ready! Dining services will feature Hispanic food in the Hawk's Nest throughout the week.
Student Union Hawk's Nest

Wednesday, September 18

Military/Veteran Resource Center Event

Stay tuned for additional information about this event hosted by our Military/Veteran Resource Center.
12 p.m. Andrew G. Truxal Library, Room 112

Thursday, September 26

Learning About Diabetes

Stop by and learn more about diabetes and the impact that it has on our community in this free workshop.
12:30 p.m. Student Union Hawk's Nest

Tuesday, October 8

Salsa Lessons

Join the Hispanic Heritage Month Committee as we learn salsa taught by AACC professor Leah Needham.
12:30 p.m. Student Union Hawk's Nest

Tuesday, October 15

Closing Event - Soccer Game

Join AACC soccer player Sudy Choc Ramirez and her team for the closing of Hispanic Heritage Month with a soccer game!
1 p.m. Siegert Field

Friday, October 18

Outdoor Movie Screening

Enjoy a free, family friendly movie under the stars! Sit back, relax and enjoy "The Book of Life" to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. More information will be coming soon!
7 p.m. West Campus Amphitheater

Sept. 15 - Oct. 15

Hispanic Heritage Exhibits

"Our Immigration Story"

Visit this exhibit on the 2nd floor of the Andrew G. Truxal Library.

Art Exhibition
"Perspectivas Lativas"

Curated by Professor Wilfredo Valladares, visit this art exhibit from featured artists Juliana Vallejos and Rafael Rodriguez in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts Gallery.


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