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North Carolina's Latin American Heritage: Resources for Youth

A guide celebrating contributions the Latin American community has made and continues to make in North Carolina.

Resources for Youth

Explore the following links to resources for Hispanic youth in North Carolina: 


Hispanic Youth

Hola Charlotte is the largest Hispanic Heritage celebration in Charlotte, highlighting Latin American culture and all its diversity.

  • Latino Immigration
    General Information about North Carolina's growing Latino population.
  • School Readiness Services for Hispanic Children
  • "Se hacen puentes al andar" : a resource for parents, caregivers, and loved ones of Latino LGBTQ+ youth
    Gonzalez, Maru (author.). Connaughton-Espino, Tania (author.). Reese, Bianka M (author.). North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, (issuing body.). 
  • Two Worlds: Pre-history, Contact, and the Lost Colony
    With the arrival of European explorers in the 1500s, two worlds collided in North Carolina. Peoples that had lived here for thousands of years — in a land that had existed for millions — were changed forever, and the stage was set for a new era that would link the peoples and cultures of Europe, Africa, and the Americas.