Highlights the Hispanic imprint on the built environment of the United States. This effort by the National Park Service and partners aims to increase the awareness of the historic places associated with the nation’s cultural and ethnic groups that are identified,
documented, recognized, and interpreted. These constitute the foundation for Hispanic Reflections. Many of the examples are drawn from National Park Service cultural resources programs in partnership with other government agencies and private organizations.
Some examples are listed:
A Panorama of Latino Arts by Tomás Ybarra-Frausto
Entrepreneurs from the Beginning: Latino Business & Commerce since the 16th Century by Geraldo L. Cadava
Demanding their Rights: The Latino Struggle for Educational Access and Equity by Victoria-María MacDonald
The Latino Crucible: Its Origins in 19th-Century Wars, Revolutions, and Empire by Ramón A. Gutiérrez