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The Missouri Latinos project seeks to illuminate the deep and abiding heritage of the Latino culture that has been making its mark on Missouri even prior to it becoming one of these United States.  With the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association, the Missouri Humanities Council, in collaboration with the St. Louis Public Library, the Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates, the Kansas City Public Library, Daniel Boone Regional Library, and the Springfield-Greene County Library District, brings you Missouri Latinos, a year-long project bridging the state from west to east.  

Watch the opening of the landmark PBS documentary Latino Americans: 500 Years of History that has inspired this initiative.


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