Celebrating Language and Cultures in a World of New Challenges!

2020 has been a year of significant shifts and changes that leave our community facing new challenges.   By reaching deep into Hispanic cultures, history and traditions, we can use the  strengths and successes of our expansive community to seize the future with hope, determination and enthusiasm.  

This year we bring together authors, musicians, and education experts for a series of virtual events that celebrate Hispanic language and culture, providing insights and inspiration for a brighter future.

Save These Dates for Upcoming Events!

Sonia De Los Santos Live Concert!

Saturday, September 19th at 11am ET

Mexican-born US children’s music singer/song writer and Latin Grammy nominee Sonia De Los Santos kicks off the celebration performing for the whole family in English and Spanish!  

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Facebook Live with Dr. Lorea Martinez

Thursday, September 24th at 7pm ET

“Raising Children who Appreciate Diversity” – Facebook Live discussion with Social Emotional Learning expert Dr. Lorea Martinez

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Read Aloud with Raquel Ortiz

Saturday, October 3rd at 11am ET

Award-winning children’s book author Raquel Ortiz will perform a fun, interactive bilingual reading of her book “When Julia Danced Bomba” with four time Latin Grammy nominee William Cepeda!

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Special Webinar: “Navigating a World of New Challenges for Hispanic Families”

Wednesday, October 14th at 7pm ET

Featuring HITN Learning Advisory Group members education advisors and special guests.

More information to follow. Stay tuned!

Check out these fun crafts!

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Book Readings and Celebrated Hispanics Authors!

Meet our Partners and Learn from their Valuable Resources!

Common Sense Media

Common Sense is the leading source of entertainment and technology recommendations for families and schools.

NYC Department of Youth & Community Development

Invests in a network of community-based organizations and programs to alleviate the effects of poverty and to provide opportunities for New Yorkers and communities to flourish.

Abriendo Puertas / Opening Doors

AP/OD PARENTS participate in local programs to strengthen their leadership, knowledge and support systems – all key in preparing their young children for school success.

New York State Head Start Association

Head Start is a program of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to low-income children and their families.

Enjoy our other resources while at home!

 Download our free Family Fun Packs designed in English and Spanish for your preschooler! You’ll find a parent guide, activities, quick crafts, fun videos and other printables designed to support your child to learn math from their everyday environment!

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Cleo & Cuquin Family Fun! Math Kits and the Explore + Learn App!

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