Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

By Torri Kellough
Published on 15 September, 2023

CSN Libraries invites students, staff, and faculty to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by engaging with items available in its collection of electronic resources. Some items of interest are listed below. Learn more about the history, cultures, and accomplishments of Hispanic and Latin Americans through the National Hispanic Heritage Month site hosted by the Library of Congress, NARA, NEH, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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Title: Latinos in Nevada: A political, economic, and social profile

Author: John P. Tuman, Tiffiany Howard, David Damore, & Nerses Kopalyan

Location: EBSCOhost database

Details: Covers immigration patterns, the political profile, labor market conditions, and social determinants of health in the Latino population in Nevada.

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Title: Latinx business success: How Latinx ingenuity, innovation, and tenacity are driving some of the world's biggest companies

Author: Frank Carbajal and Jose Morey

Location: O’Reilly Online Learning database

Details: Discusses successful Latin business leadership through interviews and case stories.

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Title: Latino literature: An encyclopedia for students

Author: Christina Soto van der Plas and Lacie Rae Buckwalter Cunningham

Location: EBSCOhost database

Details: Comprehensive student focused reference handbook on Hispanic and Latin authors and literature.

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Title: Once I was you: A memoir

Author: Maria Hinojosa

Location: EBSCOhost database

Details: A personal immigrant story told by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and host of NPR’s Latino USA.

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Title: Apoyo sacrificial sacrificial support: How undocumented Latinx parents get their children to college

Author: Stephany Cuevas

Location: ProQuest EBook Central database

Details: Explores how undocumented parents support their children attending college and the impact of their status on that support.

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Title: The Hispanic Almanac: From Columbus to corporate America

Author: Nicolas Kanellos

Location: EBSCOhost History Reference Center database

Details: Highlights the diverse backgrounds and accomplishments of people from Spain, the Caribbean, Central and South America.