Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate and recognize the great contributions that the Latino community has shared with the world. We are honored to celebrate all those who create impact through their culture, life experiences, history, and values. At TMA, we champion all our Hispanic and Latino/a professionals to share their perspectives in our work and agency culture.
As we round out Hispanic Heritage Month, Discover_TMA highlights ways you can continue celebrating this beautiful culture all year round!
Support (and Buy from) Latinx-Owned Small Businesses
- Try delicious Costa Rican food at Irazu
- Eat and drink Peruvian ceviche and a pisco sour at Tanta
- Grab a beer at 5 Rabbit Cerveceria
- Cool down with a popsicle at Picolé
- Eat some tacos at Beto & Son
- Finish your day with a mezcal at Las Almas Rotas
- Drink some wine at My Wine Stop
- Grab a cup of coffee at a Oaxacan coffee shop called Café Santo
- Try some bilingual books for the little ones at Lil Libros
- Order Colombian arepas from The Arepa Lady
- Read a book and get some coffee from Café con Libros
- Change your hairstyle at Rëzo Salon owned by Nubia Rëzo.
Listen to Podcasts & Music by Latinx/Hispanic Artists
Make sure to check out the playlist TMA’s Music Team created for Hispanic Heritage Month to turn up your celebration and to find new/different artists to enjoy.
News in Slow Spanish: If you are new to Spanish, this is a great way to practice your listening, grammar, and everything else related to the language.
Yeah No, I’m Not OK: Podcast host and Orange Is the New Black star Diane Guerrero discusses mental health and how young people of color are disproportionately impacted.
Latinos Out Loud: A weekly podcast with sketch comedians Rachel “La Loca” Strauss-Muniz, Jamie “Jfernz” Fernandez, and resident conspiracy theorist, Frank Nibbs.
Donate to a Cause or Foundation
ALPFA: Connects Latino leaders; the first U.S. Latino professional organization
HACU: Promotes higher education in the Hispanic community.
HACR: Promotes Hispanic inclusion in corporate businesses.
USHCC: Promotes Hispanic businesses.
Think Bilingual: Bridges communities through language learning.
Visit a Museum that Highlights Latino & Hispanic Culture
Chicago: The National Museum of Mexican Art
Dallas: Latino Cultural Center
Los Angeles: MOLAA
New York: El Museo
Advocate for Equal Pay, Hiring, & Promotion of Hispanic and Latinx
As a bonus way to support Hispanic heritage this month, reach out and make a new friend in the Hispanic or Latinx community! There is always something new to learn from different cultures and we could all use a little learning.
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!
Discover TMA, our diversity and inclusion initiative, was created with the purpose of expanding agency understanding of the diverse people at the heart of our culture through content, education, and conversations.