There is no one Latinx culture, so I won't speak for anyone else. An aspect of my Dominican culture that I try to embody is welcome. If there's someone new in a space I'm familiar with, I reach out with a big smile. If I have guests, I cook too much food and keep the space warm and inviting. Like my mother and my mother's mother, and all our foremothers before us, I offer my home and my heart, so that no one in my orbit has to feel alone.
However, “welcome” still assumes a space is mine to share. I wonder how we can extend that same sense of belonging and care to others while maintaining our own humility and community-mindedness. Not just “mi casa es tu casa," but truly “es nuestra casa.” If you have thoughts on that I'd love to hear them!