Posts with the tag “hispanic-heritage-month”
Loving Our Neighbor
by Devon McCoy on October 15th, 2021
If God calls us to love our neighbor, how do we apply that command to vulnerable people groups? The concept of loving our neighbor as ourselves when it comes to vulnerable people groups is applicable in many contexts, but in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, this blog post will explore what it means under the context of the mass migrations of Latin Americans to the U.S. border. While the politics ...
Hispanic Heritage Month Interview | Rebecca Mejia
by Devon McCoy on October 10th, 2020
Rebecca Mejia is a third-year studying Economics and International Affairs with a minor in Spanish. Check out her perspective of the celebration of culture taking place this month as well as burdens facing the Latinx community. What does Latinx Heritage Month mean to you? Latinx Heritage Month for me is a celebration of diversity and different cultures. It’s really cool because Latinx Heritage Mon...