National Hispanic Heritage Month 2022

National Hispanic Heritage Month

The Mercer University Libraries celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month on behalf of our students, faculty, and staff who are a part of this vibrant and essential community. From September 15 through October 15, check out the films, books, and web resources below.  


These dramas and documentaries spotlight the lives and stories in the Hispanic community and are available through the Mercer Libraries in Kanopy. Check out their Hispanic Heritage Month collection for more suggestions.

  • Latinos Beyond the Reel: Challenging a Media Stereotype
  • The U Turn
  • 25 Texans in the Land of Lincoln: College Students Honor Abraham Lincoln’s Support of Mexico
  • Stolen Education: The Legacy of Hispanic Racism in Schools
  • Foreigners in Their Own Land
  • Pedro E. Guerrero: A Photographer’s Journey
  • Entre Nos
  • Willie Velasquez
  • East Side Sushi
  • Tortilla Soup
  • Lila & Eve
  • The Squad


Browse a few of these fiction and non-fiction books available through the libraries.

Web Resources

Here is a list of organizations that are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month with events, exhibits, and more.

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