2021 Latinx Heritage Month
Join us September 15–October 15th to celebrate the culture, history, and contributions of the Latinx community.
Please join us for one or all of our free events and don’t forget to check out our Latinx Special Global Engagement boxes for sale now!
2:00 pm (PST)
Virtual cooking class with Katrina- Mushroom and Charred Corn Street Tacos with Chipotle Crema
In celebration of Welcoming Week, enjoy a presentation of flavors around the world, including distinctive ingredients in different cultural cuisines. Explore the rich and vibrant flavors of Mexican cuisine in this week’s class.
10:00 am (PST)
Lideres Latinas: Building a Legacy
Join us for an empowering conversation featuring Latina Leaders working to increase economic equality and prosperity for underserved communities. Panelist include Fernanda Kelly - Actress, Entrepreneur, Activist and Emmy Award-winning Television Host,• Nancy Maldonado - Chief Executive Officer of The Chicano Federation,• Carolina Martinez - Chief Executive Officer of California Association for Micro Enterprise Opportunity and Ortensia Lopez - Executive Director of El Concilio of San Mateo County
9:00 am - 5:00 pm (PST)
Hispanicize #UnidosTogether Hispanic Heritage Month
The largest virtual and live in-person gathering of Latinx influencers, content creators, entrepreneurs and media and entertainment innovators grounded by the #UnidosTogether initiative aimed at being a force for good in the Latinx community.
7:00 pm (PST)
Hispanic Heritage Celebration ~ Support Small Businesses
Support Hispanic Small Business. From Unique, Handmade Jewelry, to Bath & Body products, Candles and Home Decor, you can find an array of items to add to your holiday shopping list!
Join us in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by welcoming Dolores Huerta, lifelong dreamer, civil rights activist and community organizer.
"¡Sí se puede!" Join us in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by welcoming Dolores Huerta, lifelong dreamer, civil rights activist and community organizer, for an impactful fireside chat
Dia de los Muertos – Let’s learn to make an Ofrenda
The Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. While the most recognizable aspects of Day of the Dead are the representations of skulls and skeletons, the tradition that holds the most meaning is the Ofrenda (Spanish for offering). Join Samantha Morales, Y Social Impact Center as she shares the cultural significance of this holiday and steps on how to make your own Ofrenda at home.
Hispanic & Latinx Allyship at the Y National ERG Webinar Series
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm (PST)
USCIS Naturalization Information Session (Spanish)
Access Code: 199 502 4667
To Join by Phone: +1-415-527-5035