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Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from September 15 – October 15.
Although we here at Needle Movers desire to prioritize the exploration of different cultures all year long, it’s always a special time to highlight the perspectives of those different than ours during the times when more people are open and positioned to listen.
Which is why Samantha and I thought it was important to bring this week’s guest onto the Needle Movers for Social Equity Podcast.
Natalia Salas, a beautiful career woman, mother, and wife, took time to hop on the mic with us and honestly share her thoughts around Hispanic heritage – specifically her own – and opens up a window of discovery for all of us that are learning more about what it means to have citizenship in a country different than the one you’re from.
It’s a beautiful thing to hear, and I know you’ll love her just as much as Sam and I did.
What you’ll hear:
- Natalia shares about her Mexican heritage and how it’s different from her husband’s Columbian heritage.
- She’ll breakdown the difference between the words Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, and Chicano (I definitely learned something new!)
- She’ll share about some of her personal challenges and experiences being Mexican in American
- And you’ll hear about the beautiful joys she experiences from her culture.
It’s our best episode to date.
And, you can dive even deeper with your children on the beauty of Hispanic Culture when you download our free Hispanic Heritage Lesson & Activity Pack in our Podcast Club’s Family Resources Vault.
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