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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- 22 SepRead more
Spanish teachers in Kentucky can take advantage of a great selection of cultural and linguistic sources that have been produced by Spanish speakers who live
- 02 Jun
Investigating and Interrogating the Historical Record to Reveal the History of Hispanic Students at UKRead more
An exhibition in the Special Collections Research Center celebrates the presence and activity of Hispanic students at the University of Kentucky throughout time.
- 31 MayRead more
Surveys conducted by CivicLex as part of the 2022 On The Table community conversations provide ideas for improving quality of life for Hispanic and Latino
- 03 MayRead more
Local journalism about Kentucky’s equine industry provides incomplete coverage of the vital role that Hispanic workers play, showing that the industry both depends on and
- 15 DecRead more
In the heart of Lexington lies a vast network of Mexican and Latin cuisine, bursting with flavor and ready to be celebrated.
- 12 DecRead 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
- 24 MayRead 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