Dedicated Web Sites for Hispanic Heritage Month

Dissertation Editor's second post in our blog series showcasing the resilience and hope of our LatinX and Hispanic communities. If you're looking for ways to participate during National Hispanic Heritage Month (NHHM) we highly recommend you check out these sites:

Offers a list of events, one of which features the civil rights activist Sylvia Mendez, plus a (virtual) pajama party for kids aged 8-12. Get your kiddos and don your matching PJs for this one!

Proposes some thoughtful questions to consider and/or pose to your family and friends to honor NHHM.

You will find a plethora of information on Hispanic and Latino heritage at this site. 

Events and special features on the (past and present) ongoing contributions from Hispanic and LatinX communities. 

A site dedicated to sharing Hispanic and LatinX voices and stories. 

And since you're here, consider dropping us a line to discuss your dissertation or thesis. We'd be happy to see how we can help move you forward with editing, formatting, feedback, and data analysis

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