September days are here!
It’s summer’s last hurrah! Enjoy the long weekend as we transition to fall weather and activities.
9/11 Remembrance Day
On this National Day of Service and Remembrance, we can honor those we lost by giving back to our communities. Find a volunteer opportunity.
Here’s to all the grandparents! For the many ways they love, support, and spoil us, say thank you today.
This holy day on the Jewish calendar marks the beginning of the new year, celebrated with festive meals, self-reflection, and other time-honored traditions.
First Day of Fall
Get ready to turn over a new leaf: Fall is here! Enjoy the harvest season.
National Voter Registration Day
Your vote counts! Register to vote and make sure your voice is heard in the upcoming election.
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the rich history, traditions, and culture of Hispanic and Latinx people in the U.S. Take this time to learn more about Hispanic stories and experiences and get inspired by these Hispanic American heroes.
Ochoa was the world’s first Hispanic astronaut and later became the first Hispanic and second female director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
The son of Puerto Rican parents, Miranda is an award-winning composer, lyricist, and actor, perhaps best known for his hit Broadway musical “Hamilton.”
Raised in a public housing project in the Bronx, Sotomayor overcame the odds and went on to become the first Latina Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history.
Clemente was the first Latino inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame. He was proud of his Puerto Rican heritage and used his platform to speak out for racial equality.
Known as the Queen of Tejano, Selena was a Mexican American artist, entertainer, and fashion icon who became a global pop sensation. Despite her untimely death, she remains adored by fans the world over.