Thursday, September 13, 2012

Hispanic Heritage Month: A Time to Celebrate and Raise Awareness

National Hispanic Heritage Month is commemorated each year between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15. It is a time for celebrating the many ways that Hispanic people and culture have enriched America. It is also a time to remember that our work to close the access to health gap and to improve the health status of Latinos is not done. Throughout the month, the Office of Minority Health will share information and resources designed to empower, educate and inform. Check out the website and follow OMH onTwitter in English and now in Spanish to get the latest information.

White House releases new report to highlight the impact of the President's agenda on the Hispanic community, An America Built to Last: President Obama's Agenda and the Hispanic Community [PDF | 2.9MB].Available now in Spanish [PDF | 2.6MB].

  • Learn more about the White House report in this blog post from Director Cecilia Muñoz.
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