This space highlights topics related to the history and heritage of Hispanic peoples and communities in Kentucky. We invite you to browse the articles to get to know the many ways that community and culture intersect. Keep an eye out of new topics and contents to be added regularly!
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- 15 Dec
Tacos in Lexington: Southern food celebrates the growth of Hispanic KentuckyRead more
In the heart of Lexington lies a vast network of Mexican and Latin cuisine, bursting with flavor and ready to be celebrated.
- 12 Dec
The music of our Hispanic hollers: 3 great Appalachian-Latin fusion bandsRead more
These three innovative bands are blending the songs and sounds of their Appalachian and Latin roots, giving this intersectional identity a human face and a
- 12 Dec
Festival Latino: A Fall tradition in LexingtonRead more
The Festival Latino, organized annually by Lexington Parks & Recreation and the Foundation for Latin American and Latino Culture and Arts, is a Fall staple
- 24 May
The Impact of the Horse Industry on the Latino and Hispanic Communities in KentuckyRead more
From migrant labor in tobacco to all aspects of the horse industry, Hispanic and Latino immigrants have long played an essential role in Kentucky’s labor