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Learn about Hispanic Heritage Month at 2 events Wednesday night

One virtual event is hosted by the University of Missouri and the other is virtual or in person at the Missouri History Museum.

ST. LOUIS — September 15 marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month. A pair of events Wednesday night provide venues for learning more about the Latino experience in Missouri and St. Louis.

The University of Missouri is hosting a virtual discussion by Latinx Communities in Missouri on the History of Latinx in Missouri. Researchers will present the journey of Latino/Hispanic people to the state.

Sept. 15
4 p.m.-5 p.m.
Free with registration
Hosted on Zoom

The Missouri History Museum in St. Louis is marking the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month with a panel on personal identity, Latinx diaspora and how social spaces can support people.

Sept. 15
6:30 p.m.-8 p.m.
In-person in Lee Auditorium, available on Zoom

Do you have a Hispanic Heritage Month event you want to share? Email us at newstips@ksdk.com.