York’s Latino history
About the history York County’s Latino community
- Jose Hernandez left legacy of service
- Rivera family saw need and founded York Spanish American Center.
- Lassa fever took its first U.S. victim in York County in 1969. Here is that Latino family’s untold story.
- Celebrating past and emerging leaders of York’s growing Latino community
- Latinos account for 81 percent of COVID-19 cases in York City
- Latinos Unidos: A fresh surge of energy
- The makeup of York County’s Latino population
- YDR’s 4-part series on York County’s Latino community, starting, Sunday, May 6, 2007
- Latinos keep York above 40,000 population threshold
- Meet 5 emerging leaders of York’s Hispanic community you should know
- First York City Latino councilman temporarily state’s top appointed Dem
- York’s Arlette Morales’ becomes one of 12 to receive national recognition for community activism
- Vilma Garcia-Jones remembered as voice for Latinos
- Spanish-American Center opened in former office of controversial York Mayor John Snyder
- Luz Maria Diffenderfer: A light at the Spanish American Center
Selected stories about Latino history
- James McClure’s York Town Square stories that address Latino history, in full or in part
- York Daily Record/Sunday News stories about York’s Latino community
Latino history in social media
- Arles Park in York’s west end part of growing Latino neighborhood
- Latinos Unidos Facebook
- Latinos de York Facebook
Videos, photo galleries about the Latino community
- Latino faces of York, Pa.
- Helping students overcome language barrier in York County
- York celebrates in an Adelante Festival, celebrating Cuba through music and dance
- Sal Galdamez: Leader in the York County community
- Delma Rivera tell about pioneers in York County’s Latino community.
Other Latino history resources
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