This Hispanic Heritage Month, HuffPost is celebrating the diversity within the Hispanic and Latinx community and the voices that exemplify the pride in our culture. Our coverage this month seeks to identify the cultural nuances of being Latinx or Hispanic in the United States and highlight the work of our people who have been the voices of our community and make us proud. ¡Pa’lante!

"If I don’t see it out there and I know in my heart and my soul that I belong here ... I have to be that change.”
Straight wisdom from Tiffany Cabán, Jessica Cisneros and other Latinas in politics.
The author reflects on Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican politics and how she stays connected to her culture miles away.
“You’re probably not going to get the role because they want someone who looks more Latina,’” the entertainer said.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked entrepreneurs to share how they use their companies to honor their heritage.
To protect workers from discrimination, the trans women of Mirror Beauty Co-op are building a business without bosses.
We dive into Netflix's decision to cancel "One Day at a Time," shining a light on problems with Latinx representation.
The ads urge the community to “STAND WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP" as his critics speak out against his history of xenophobic rhetoric.
"We don’t have a diversity problem; we actually have an inclusion crisis."
Ultimately, the Latino community understands who is the real target of these policies.
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So, where did the Ramos in my name come from? When I began writing, I chose a penname borrowed from the slender, bookish