When using the term “LatinX” in your business communications, here are three important considerations to keep in mind.
It’s easy to lose sight of this history when certain words and phrases start to be used more widely. But that history can be harmful. As a result, many of us unknowingly use harmful language without thinking about its origins and without intending to hurt anyone.
Yesterday marked the end of National Hispanic Heritage month, a month intended to “celebrate the countless contributions of more than 60 million Hispanic and Latin Americans to our culture and society.” So while events looked a little differently this year, at m+p, we wanted to use this time to reflect on what this heritage means to our Hispanic and Latinx colleagues and friends. How does it translate in their day-to-day, and the contributions they make beyond just this month?