I have heard of La Raza, but not any special day. Most people will not have a clue to what you are talking about. Made up terms like "Spanish America" just leave people wondering, since Spain has no particular part in America after the conquistadors.
Actually it's no it's not made-up. It's generally called Spanish America for the most part. With good reason. It's the proper way to call it.
I never heard of it, and I'm pretty smart. What I am trying to tell you is you should say what you are trying to communicate, instead of using abbreviations and cliches that people might not understand.
Where exactly is Spanish America?
The Spanish-speaking countries south of the USA.
I don't know anyone that celebrates Colombus Day. Looking at Dia De La Raza, I don't see why anyone would want to celebrate other than to remember the travesties and hopefully try to prevent them in the future. http://thenonprofitnetwork.org/...age.php?id=130