Latino/a Heritage Month
Latino/a Heritage Month started in the 1960s to commemorate Mexico’s independence, U.S. citizenship and Puerto Rico's Independence Day. All month long, we recognize and celebrate the contributions of the Latino/a community in the U.S., past and present.
All month long, UI hosts leaders from around the globe to speak about their experiences in civic engagement, political empowerment and advocating for human rights.
Save the Date: September 2017
Contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at (208) 885-7716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Dates
- Dia de los Muertos – November
Traditional Mexican holiday to honor ancestors and loved ones.
- Cesar Chavez Celebration – March
Celebrate the life and legacy of this Mexican-American labor activist and community organizer.