Veterans Day

November 11, 2023

“Remembering Latino World War II Vets” – Latino USA

“Deported Army Veteran Celebrates 40th Birthday 2,000 Miles Away From Home” – Latino USA

“The Diary Of An Undesirable” – Latino USA

“The Scars of War” – Latino USA

Warrior-Scholar Project from TFA alum, Ryan Pavel (Detroit ’12)

15 Things Veterans Want You to Know: PsychArmor asked hundreds of Veterans what they wanted civilians, employers, educators, health care providers, and therapists to know about them. These comments were used to create the topics of this course.

Smithsonian Latino Center Latino Patriots in American Military History Lesson Plans: This publication recounts the story of U.S. Latinx military heroes who have played a pivotal role in making the United States the great nation it is today.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC): Founded in 1929, is the oldest and most widely respected Latino civil rights organization in the United States of America. LULAC was created at a time in our country’s history when Latinos were denied basic civil and human rights, despite contributions to American society. The founders of LULAC created an organization that empowers its members to create and develop opportunities where they are needed most.

Columbia’s Center for Veteran Transition and Integration: Columbia University launched the Center for Veteran Transition and Integration to have a direct and lasting impact on the issue of veteran transition and upward mobility by creating and providing access to the best-in-class tools and programming veterans need as they transition from active service to college and the workforce.

Become #VetInspired by these stories of leadership

The Students Left Behind by Remote Learning featuring MILVET Alum Ryan Hooper (Baltimore ‘18)

Robert Gates: Ending DACA Will Hurt Immigrant Troops:

Standing for the national anthem does not make you a patriot. Here’s what does: Op-Ed in the Washington Post by MILVET Alum Ashely Nicolas (Bay Area ‘14), who used her unique platform and experience to defend athletes’ right to kneel for the National Anthem.

The Mission Continues: David Riera and Yaritza Perez on How Their Lives Converged

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