Educational resources from the National Hispanic Cultural Center

Without our staff,  AmeriCorps members,  and volunteers,  NHCC Learning wouldn’t exist.  We thank both past and present contributors who helped in the development of these collections!

Current NHCC Staff

Elena Baca, Visual Arts Educator and Program Coordinator
Alberto Cuessy,  Deputy Director
Rebecca Gomez,  Art Museum Curator
Jadira Gurulé,  Visual Arts Manager
Annette Luján,  Volunteer Coordinator
Noël Bella Merriam,  Artistic Director 
Dr. Carson Morris,  History & Literary Arts Manager
Dr. Rosalía Pacheco,  Education Manager

Past Contributors

Troy Bradley
Naomi Brandt
Zoila A. Caamaño-Pumarol
Rosalie Esquivel
David Gabel
Gabriela Jadick
Sutherland Jaramillo
Allison Johnson
Vanessa Justice
Paloma López
Dr. Reeve Love
Valerie Martinez
Angela Moyd
Dr. Tey Marianna Nunn
Cassandra Osterloh
Dr. Patricia Perea
Dahveed Torres
Anna Uremovich

A Note About Translations

Spanish is spoken in countries and communities all around the world.  We believe it is important to critically evaluate linguistic attitudes and to challenge norms and beliefs about prestige and privilege.  Although dialects vary from region to region and community to community, we value and respect all dialects and manners of speaking Spanish and appreciate the differences. Our content translators come from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and traditions, and their translations may vary accordingly.

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