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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’ve been reflecting on the great achievements and contributions of fearless Hispanic and Latinx changemakers that have transformed our communities and the world. To celebrate this history of innovation and shed light on the scope of this impact, we’ve highlighted a few organizations who have been featuring the Hispanic and Latinx community this month. 


Here’s a sneak peek:

  • MacArthur Foundation: The MacArthur Foundation is focusing on amplifying the voices of MacArthur Fellows of Hispanic or Latin American descent. You can follow along on Twitter with the hashtag, #MacFellow or head over to Medium to read the full story

  • Marvel Entertainment: Check out the Hispanic and Latinx heroes who have made their mark in our imagination. Araña is giving us some serious #BeFearless vibes: “This half-Puerto Rican, half-Mexican web-slinger crackled with bravery since her first appearance!” 


The Case Foundation strives to lift up people and ideas with the potential to change the world, and this groundswell of acknowledgment and support is encouraging to see. 

Check out these 6 inventions by Latina women that may never have existed without their fearless and entrepreneurial spirit. Follow @weallgrowlatina for continued content elevating the voices and stories of Latina changemakers.
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