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A Celebration Of Culture: Blackbaud Observes National Hispanic Heritage Month

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Today marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month and at Blackbaud, we want to take this opportunity to acknowledge and honor the generations of Hispanic/Latinx Americans who have made a positive impact on the history and culture of the United States. We are excited to partner with our global employees of Spanish and Latin American descent to learn more about Hispanic/Latinx history and culture.  

As a part of our celebration, we hope you’ll take time to read the sentiments of our employees who have roots from different parts of Latin American countries like Costa Rica, Spain, Panama and Mexico, as they share what National Hispanic Heritage Month means to them.


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As part of our homeschooling, once a month we have a dinner representative of another country. My daughters (17 &12) make the meal, decorate, find music, and share facts from each country. It's a fun and informative way to learn about other cultures. We just did Argentina and it was fun to learn about Argentinian culture. And the food was good too :)
Hi Beth Hudson‍! That's such a cool idea! Thanks for sharing!

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