Not only are Hispanics increasingly influencing the current culture in the United States, their mark on U.S. History goes back 500 years. For decades, the idea has been presented that Christopher Columbus discovered America. However, technically he landed in the Caribbean and never set foot on what is today known as the United States.
This month in Plaza Santillana we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage month from September 15 to October 15. We will honor the history, culture, and contributions of Hispanic Americans to the United States. Check us out for classroom activities, readings, books and much more.
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