Hispanic Heritage Month

This month puts a national spotlight on what we do every day: celebrate everything Latinos contribute to U.S. society and culture.

Hispanic heritage is American heritage.

More than 62 million of us live in the United States, enriching American history, culture, and the economy every single day.

Our vision for America is a country where all people, including Latinos, have equal access to opportunity. To break down the barriers that keep that from happening, our contributions have to be recognized.

Latinos embody the American Dream every day: working hard to beat the odds and achieve more than what we were given. Though we’re proud of those success stories, no one should have to beat the odds. By removing the barriers we face, everyone is able to thrive.

Did you know?


1 in 3

The amount of U.S. workers who will be Latino by 2050.

1 million

The average number of Hispanics who turn 18 each year and become eligible to vote.


As of 2022, there were roughly 63.7 million Hispanics in the U.S.— a new all time high —making up 19% of the U.S. population.


Of U.S. resident students enrolled in degree-granting institutions were Hispanic/Latino in 2021.


The labor force participation rate of Latinos, among the highest of any race or ethnicity.


Between 2020 and 2040, 70% of new homeowners will be Hispanic.


In fall 2021, some 28 percent of students enrolled in public PreK–12 schools were Hispanic/Latino.


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