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Hispanic Heritage Month

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Hulu will be presenting an array of special programs geared towards the Latino community.

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President Barack Obama announced more than $335 million will be invested for Latino students across the country.

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As the U.S. celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., has called for his fellow senators to confirm several Latino judicial nominees -- supported by the non-partisan Hispanic National Bar Association.

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As the curator of Latino art and history at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Taína Caragol has been shining a spotlight on the contributions of U.S. Latinos in American history and links the historical interactions between Latin America and the U.S. through the 19th Century to the present.

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Happy 78th Birthday Orlando Cepeda!

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Millions of Americans are set to watch the second Republican presidential primary debate and to further the GOP’s Latino outreach, the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) Hispanic staff organized 76 debate watch parties.

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Latin Post counts down the top 10 greatest Latin American-born home run hitters in Major League Baseball history in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Democrats and Republicans have united to recognize National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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To start off National Hispanic Heritage Month, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation recognizing the “unique threads” made by Latinos.

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Major League Baseball is a very popular sport among Latinos in the United States today. With the new season under way, MLB is partnering with LatinWorks in an effort to reach out to even more Hispanic baseball fans.

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The 2014 World Series is almost here. With just three teams remaining in the postseason, Latin Post takes a look at the best Latin American baseball players left in the postseason.

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When author Natalia Sylvester was young, a teacher told her that there's a story behind every story behind every story. And Sylvester found this to be exceptionally true when applied to the narrative of Latinos and Latino writers in the U.S.

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While the sport of ice hockey has never been the most popular in the Latin American community, there are a number of countries that have contribute to the National Hockey League. Latin Post.com list the Latino players and countries that have played in the NHL.

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The Kansas City Royals are having their best season since 1985, and much of their success has been because of Venezuelan-born hitters on the team as the Royals prepare to face the Baltimore Orioles in the American League Championship Series.

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Despite being gone 22-years from the game, National Football League (NFL) Hall of Famer Anthony Muñoz is not only helping the league expand their market but also helping inner-city youth develop leadership and life skills through his Hispanic Character Camp.

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"Frontera! Revolt and Rebellion on the Río Grande" is an unconventional tale that utilizes colorful comic book-style animation, humor, diverse voices, aesthetic complexities and hip-hop to create an enthralling account of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.

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