September 15 – October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month, and this year Xfinity is celebrating by curating thousands of hours of programming so families and individuals of all ages can learn about and celebrate Hispanic culture and its traditions.
Hispanic Heritage Month 2020: Echando pa’lante juntos
In its most literal sense, echando pa’lante juntos means ‘moving forward together.’ However, on a deeper, more emotional level, pa’lante is an expression used to encourage resilience and persistence in one another, especially in times of hardship.
The Hispanic mindset is hopeful, strong, positive and with an undying will of betterment for themselves and those they love. A desire for human connections within their community and beyond.
A mindset that’s relatable and inspiring to us all
We’ve curated content that tells the stories of those who have moved forged a path for generations to follow. It highlights the origins, trajectory and achievements of the Hispanic community, and celebrates the legends as well as new voices of inspiration.
What’s more, from 9/15 – 9/21, Xfinity customers may enjoy a free preview of content ranging from movies, telenovelas, series, kids programming and more from networks like Pantaya, Cine Latino, Viendo Movies, Sony Cine, HBO, Kanal D Drama, Pasiones, RCN Novelas, Discovery en Español, History en Español, Freeform, Vme Kids, and Cartoon Network en Español on Xfinity X1 and Stream. Just say “Latino” into your Voice Remote to get started.
Fabric of our nation: an immersive experience
How do you incorporate the spirit of pa’lante into your life? Xfinity invites you to share your stories, using your own voice.
These stories, recorded on fabricofthenation.com and told in your own voice, serve to share between members of the Hispanic community how their individual contributions are critical threads to the fabric of our nation. The result? A beautiful, immersive experience showcasing the American Flag— a living, breathing, moving tribute made up of the voices of Hispanic Americans.
Visit xfinity.com/latino for more information.