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 Americans' service and contributions to the history of our nation. Customs and traditions always will be part of the Hispanic population. AACC has provided access to informative videos, poetry, history, dancing and more for September and October.
Student Victor Solis will teach us about a traditional Salvadorian song.
Join staff member Sam Cordero while he plays some traditional songs with his mandolin.
Mayra Vizcarrondo wants you to get ready for a day of pure zumba.
Staff member Anne Bashore and the Office of Student Engagement invite you to join a virtual HCAT workshop on how to prepare a delicious Tres Leche cake. Register for this event.
Associate Professor Dawn Meissner, World Languages academic chair, invites you to an evening with Juan Felipe Herrera. Register for this event.
Enjoy a virtual party event with music, games and a lot of fun activities.
Virtual Art Exhibition
Explore art featured on AACC's Latinx Community Instagram page.
Truxal Library Special Topic Guide: Esperanza, A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope
Enjoy the different eBooks, books, videos and more that has been compiled by AACC staff member, Marisin Dixon. Access the Special Topic Guide.
Esperanza: A Hispanic Definition to the World
Post and share your stories of hope on AACC Program Assistant, Ana Derr's blog.