National Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15–October 15

2012 Theme—Diversity United, Building America's Future Today

In 1968, the first Hispanic Heritage Week was approved on September 15 under President Lyndon Johnson. Each year, the President is called upon to issue a proclamation designating the week of September 15 as "National Hispanic Heritage Week." During this week people of the United States have the opportunity to plan and participate in ceremonies and activities that recognize the contributions of the many and diverse cultures within the Hispanic community.

The proclamation was amended in 1988 to extend the designated time of recognition to the month beginning September 15 and continuing until October 15.

Web Resources

Archived Posters

View Hispanic Heritage Month poster for the following years:

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2012

Hispanic Heritage Month 2012
Click to view PDF 

Return to top

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2011

Hispanic Heritage Month 2011
Click to view PDF 

Return to top

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2010

Hispanic Heritage Month 2010
Click to view PDF 

Return to top

 

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2007

Hispanic Heritage Month 2007
Click to view PDF

Return to top

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2006

Hispanic Heritage Month 2006
Click to view PDF

Return to top

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2005

Hispanic Heritage Month 2005
Click to view PDF

Return to top

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2004

Hispanic Heritage Poster 2004

 

Hispanic Heritage Month 2003

Hispanic Heritage Poster 2003