Hispanic Heritage Month Tag!

Alright yal! It’s here! It’s finally here!!! It’s HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH and I’m so freaking excited! Every year, I count down the days to when I get to be obnoxiously loud and proud of my hispanic heritage! If you know me personally, I like to represent my Honduran and Mexican culture all year round. I love Hispanic Heritage Month so much, though, because it’s the one month a year where I feel I can learn the most about other hispanic cultures, too! I’ve noticed on YouTube that there have been several “Latino Tags” over the last several years but I don’t always feel that the Latino Tag REALLY digs into the root of who we are and what we’ve gone through… especially as millennials. So, I decided to go ahead and make my own!

So here is the new HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH TAG! Ten questions to really help us get to know who you are and why you’re proud of your hispanic culture! Some of these questions are historical while others are more personal (and maybe even a little fun). You can answer them by leaving a comment below or if you’re on YouTube, I’d encourage you to do a video, too! Hispanic Heritage Month is from today, September 15th through October 15th so you have plenty of time to do a video! Do you have your own blog? Write a blog post and tag your readers to do the same! Let’s keep this thing going!!!

 

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH TAG

1. Is there an embarrassing memory you had as a child about your heritage?
2. Is there anything about your heritage that you’ve always  wanted to learn more about?
3. What’s one tool your mom used to discipline you with when you a child?
4. Who is your favorite Hispanic hero?
5. Is there another Latin American country that you want to visit?
6. What’s one moment in your life where you felt the most orgullosa to be Latina?
7. What’s your favorite recipe from Abuela?
8. What musical artist brings back childhood memories?
9. What piece of history about your culture had a profound effect on you growing up?
10. What do you want to pass down to your children about your heritage?
Xoxo Un Besito,
Rocío

 

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