National Hispanic Heritage Month was created some 50 years ago. The Sept. 15 start date was chosen to honor several Central-American countries’ Independence Day. It was created to honor the culture, history and contributions of Latinos in America, at a time of significant social and political unrest, not much unlike the current climate we find ourselves in today. Correspondent Leah Mishkin has the story.
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