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The Society of Hispanic Veterans is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit veterans service organization.

The Society of Hispanic Veterans depends upon active membership, volunteerism and participation of the community to conduct grassroots involvement and vigilant advocacy.

We are here to assist veterans, their spouses and dependents, survivors and families. We also support active military and community development.

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 - October 15


The Society of Hispanic Veterans is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.



We salute all of the Hispanic veterans and currently serving members of the Armed Forces. Your contribution to the safety and defense of our nation is invaluable.

Read this interesting article about how Mexicans and Japanese workers united to demand fairness and justice in the face of racism and violence.

Learn more about Hispanic Heritage Month and why we celebrate.

How are you observing? Share your stories or contact us with your event details.

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