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Hispanic Heritage Month: Mariachi in New Mexico
Pedro Sepulveda's desire to be mariachi started early. Sepulveda said, “I remember hearing a trumpet that hit my heart right away my soul.”
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Luis Magaña spent the last 20 years advocating for farmworker rights
Luis Magaña, a farmworker advocate whose background is rooted in fieldwork, now uses his experience to push for fieldworkers' rights.
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra's Jack Pena
"With so much culture and history, we are just trying to contribute the best that we can."
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Vermont musician Ray Vega aims to liberate listeners through his music
"This music has a rich history, a really rich history, and we need to learn about it."
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Florida artist discusses the importance of equality
While Cubans and other Hispanics continue to struggle for equality, a Florida artist is at the root of that crusade. His art may make you think twice – whether it’s in a subliminal message or one of his more controversial exhibits.
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Hispanic Heritage Month: How language in school is embracing culture
"Knowing two languages, you are now able to contribute to the world double. And I think that really is a pretty amazing story to tell."
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Hispanic seniors come together for music, culture and fellowship
A senior center in Pennsylvania is in a unique position to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month because it was organized partly to do just that – preserve the culture of its participants.
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Mayra Pineda's quest for equity
Longtime New Orleans leader fights for Hispanic business owners statewide
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Hispanic Heritage Month: Meet the Kansas City community leader who mobilized Latinos to vote
Paul Rojas was the first Latino elected to the Missouri Statehouse in 1972.
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