Latino Americans: 500 Years of History is a public programming initiative for libraries and other cultural organizations. It supports the exploration of the history and experiences of Latinos, a minority group who have played a vital role in the United States’ history over the past five centuries.
Past programs included:
- “Latino Festival,” promotional launch of Latino American grant programs
- “Enrique’s Journey,” community-wide reading and book discussion
- “Conversations with Coffee,” ESL program
- “Latinos in the Military,” scholar-led discussion of the PBS show Latino Americans
- “Migrant Worker Reform,” scholar-led discussion of the PBS show Latino Americans
- View other programs.