'The View' celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

The daytime talk show is honoring Hispanic Americans.

ByThe View
October 14, 2021, 1:08 PM

"The View" is celebrating the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month in 2021 by honoring the contributions of Hispanic Americans in history.

Sept. 15 marks the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month in America, and the daytime talk show recognizes groundbreaking athletes, politicians, activists and entertainers from the Hispanic or Latino communities who've made history in the U.S.

Ballet Hispánico

Joy Behar celebrates the dance company Ballet Hispánico, founded by Tina Ramirez, for bringing cultures and communities together through the arts.

Sara Mora

Sara Haines highlights the young, undocumented immigrant rights activist who dared to dream. Sara Mora encouraged others to follow their dreams as well.

Dr. Miguel Cardona

Ana Navarro honored Dr. Miguel Cardona, an educator working tirelessly to improve our schools in the wake of the pandemic.

Juan Felipe Herrera

Whoopi Goldberg shed light on Juan Felipe Herrera, who found his voice through the written word.

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn

To kick off the celebration, "The View" co-host Sunny Hostin spoke about record-breaking Olympian Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, who never forgot her Puerto-Rican roots while competing on the world stage.

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