By Holly M., Pop Culture Classroom

September 15 – October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month! To celebrate, we’re spotlighting Latinx and Hispanic Americans who’ve influenced the history of the United States.

These comics are a great way to learn American history that you might have missed — or to just celebrate . Download — and share — any of these free educational comics now.

Free Educational Comics for Hispanic Heritage Month

 

Issue #3 Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales

Learn about Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales’ message of unity and pride that united a generation and ignited a movement.

Colorful History Issue #3 – Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales

Issue #13 Casimiro Gonzalez

Casimiro Barela helped write Colorado’s State Constitution, making sure it was published in English, Spanish, and German.

Colorful History Issue #13 – Casimiro Barela

Issue #26 Federico Pena

Federico Peña was the first Hispanic mayor of Denver. His vision and leadership helped fund the Denver International Airport and the Colorado Convention Center and expand the downtown library and Performing Arts Center.

Colorful History Issue #26 – Federico Peña

Issue #27 Teresita Sandoval

Teresita Sandoval, a pioneer who helped pave the way for generations to travel West.

Colorful History Issue #27 – Teresita Sandoval

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