Hispanic Heritage Foundation Awards Selena Gomez

Hispanic Heritage Foundation Awards Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez’s name is going to be added to an incredible list of Latinx individuals.

An Incredible Accomplishment

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation, announces they will be awarding Selena during their upcoming 33rd Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards!.

Selena will be receiving the Arts Awards!. This award is not only for her involvement in music and movies, but also mental health.

As we all know Selena’s list of things she is able to do, continues to grow. Not only is she an incredible singer and actress, but also an executive producer on multiple projects. Including up and coming projects, Broken Hearts Gallery and Only Murders in the Building.

There is also so much Selena has put towards the understanding of Mental Health. She has spoken out on multiple occasions of her own mental health and mental health in general. Her new beauty brand, Rare Beauty will also be planning to raise $100 million, to donate towards communities that don’t have the necessities towards mental health services.

What the President of HHF had to say:

“The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is thrilled to recognize Selena Gomez with the Arts Award for her impact on American and global culture through her music, movies but also for her courage as an advocate for mental health,”

President and CEO of Hispanic Heritage Foundation, Jose Antonio Tijerino

Hispanic Heritage Awards

Among the 2020 list is Bad Bunny who will be getting the vision award and Jessica Alba for the business award. You can see all three of them and other amazing performers and recipients during the telecast. It will be able for streaming, October 6th on PBS’ broadcast. You can check out more information about the foundation here.

We’re so proud of all the Latinx recipients this year, si se puede!. What do you think about Selena’s new accomplishment?. Tell us in the comments down below, tweet us @TheHoneyPop or talk to us on Facebook or Instagram!.

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[…] leading a conversation about mental health in underserved communities. As we are all familiar with Selena Gomez and her activism, as well as her own struggles, this comes as no surprise to us. In every little […]

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