Upcoming Webinar on Hispanic-Latinx Primary Sources

Join us for “Finding Hispanic-Latinx Primary Sources at the U.S. National Archives,” a free webinar for educators on Thursday, October 10th from 7 – 8 p.m. EDT.

Register now to save your place.

Poster with hands holding hats
WWII Poster “Americans All – Lets fight for victory,” From the Records of the Office of Government Reports. Available on DocsTeach.

Primary sources related to Hispanic-Latinx culture at the National Archives are numerous, yet can be challenging to discover.

In our online catalog, on DocsTeach.org, and at our research facilities across the country, you can find official military service records, civil rights initiatives, interactions with Latinx advocacy groups, and more.

Join us for this free webinar to learn:

  • how to navigate National Archives online resources
  • where to find Hispanic-Latinx primary sources
  • the best search terms for discovering these primary sources

Register now. A recording of this webinar will not be available.

 

Find all of our webinars for educators at www.archives.gov/education/distance-learning/professional-development.html.

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