Take 5: Hispanic Heritage Month Edition

A roundup of NAFSA member recommendations for what to watch, listen to, follow, and read.
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This month’s roundup includes a book, podcasts, and other helpful resources for international educators as we observe National Hispanic Heritage Month, which is celebrated each year from September 15–October 15. 

Have a recommendation for your international educator colleagues? Email us with your ideas—we might include them in an upcoming issue of International Educator


1. LatinoUSA podcast

“A primary piece of media that has supported me as a white non-Latinx U.S. man in learning more about current conversations, people, and issues in the U.S. Latinx community has been the website and podcast produced by FuturoMedia and Maria Hinojosa, LatinoUSA. I adore the podcast for its sheer depth of topics in which issues and conversations on art, music, politics, identity, history, and other themes revolving around the Latinx community are discussed.” 

—Jeremy Gombin-Sperling, MA, Fulbright Americas Program 

2. Santa Fe College podcast

“All of us are busy people, and we often find ourselves multitasking or juggling multiple projects at once. Unfortunately, this means that we do not always have the opportunity to effectively share the stories of all the wonderful and impactful things we are doing at our institutions in order to promote internationalization, global awareness, and intercultural communication. [Our podcast] highlights unique international programs, activities, and experiences that have been occurring at the college, often unbeknownst to others within our own community. Thus far, we have recorded 10 [episodes] explaining unique international stories. Several of these podcasts specifically pertain to activities we have undertaken with Latin America

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