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A History of Hispanic Achievement in America

Running Time:
216 minutes

Grade Level:
7 - Adult

Closed Captions , Spanish Subtitles

AVP Release Date:
September 2006

Ambrose Video/Centre

DVD - $79.99

"A History of Hispanic Achievement in America" is a rich history that started 500 years ago when Christopher Columbus stepped ashore in the new world. It is a history of unsurpassed achievements . . . of heroic exploits . . . of unflagging courage . . . and remarkable exploration. The contributions of Hispanics to the development and success of America are woven into many segments of the nation's history. To envision America untouched by Hispanics is to imagine a country without much of its folklore and many of its achievements.

From the American Revolutionary War to the Persian Gulf War, Hispanic Americans have proudly served this country in the Armed Forces. And throughout U.S. history, Hispanics have contributed in building the West; in medicine and science; in entertainment, journalism, business, education, civil rights, politics, in sports and more.

Join Patricia Lopez, as she takes you through history on this 500 year odyssey of Hispanic Achievement in American History.

An ideal educational series for Hispanic Heritage Month.

Educational DVD series Extras:
-Closed Captioned for the hearing impaired
-Spanish Subtitled
-Teacher's Guide
-Photo Gallery of Hispanic Achievers
-Historical documents


UPC 739815003288



Clip Length: 4 minutes 19 seconds