10 More Ideas To Commemorate Latin American Heritage Month

WRITTEN BY Ta Corrales

Hispanic & Latin American Heritage Month is a special time for us at Smith Assembly because we’re Latinx-owned, and also because we co-designed our first team building workshops with two grassroots innovators from Oaxaca Mexico, Enoc Ramírez and Estrella Soto.

In this post, we share more ideas for how you could commemorate the contributions Hispanic American and Latin American and communities have made to the social, economic, and political fabrics of both the US and Canada.

1. Explore Latinx Museums Virtually Or In-Person

2. Take Action For Latinx COVID Health Equity

3. Read About Diverse Latinx & Hispanic Experiences]()

4. Show Up For Your Latinx Colleagues/Employees

5. Connect With Your Latinx Friends & Local Community

6. Volunteer For Local Latinx Organizations

7. Host A ‘Lunch & Learn’ At A Latinx-Owned Restaurant

8. Discover Music By Feminist Latinas

9. Support Latinx Climate Activists

10. Do An Activity Designed By Latinx Innovators


Smith Assembly’s hands-on workshops and impactful consulting services help leadership teams build inclusive high-performance cultures. We’re founded and led by two women of different ages and backgrounds. Our radically-inclusive approach is to co-create our workshops with leaders from the underserved communities supported by our donations.

We respectfully acknowledge that we're headquartered on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples including the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. We're grateful to live, work, and play here and value our relationships with their land.

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