Latinx Heritage Month

Expression Beyond the Margins

The Latinx Community continuously demonstrates its vibrant culture within and outside the borders set on our identities and histories. Speaking different languages, practicing different traditions and beliefs, we regularly get put into categories that don’t quite fit. We choose to break out of this by using expression as a way to find authenticity. Through art but also politics, language, and knowledge, we express our strength and work to thrive in all avenues. Our month of programming includes dances, performances, embroidery, and many other expressions of our community. This month, join us in expressing our truth, our love, and our aspirations beyond the margins.


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2022 Events

Keynote speaker
Yesika Salgado
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Students in front of Bascom Hall holding colorful flags representing their identities and culture. Latinx students at March Up Bascom during Latinx Heritage Month 2021.

A group of about forty-five students pose at the LatinxCultural Center. First Year Latinx Students at the 2021 Latinx Cultural Center New Student Welcome.

Students sitting at circular tables in Memorial Union's Great Hall, listening to speaker Amari Rios.
Image of Amari Rios, LSU President, speaking at the 2021 Latine Ball event, closing out the 2021 Latinx Heritage Month.

Thank you to the Latinx Heritage Month 2022 Student Planning Committee


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