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The Library of Congress Welcomes Meg Medina as Its First Latina...

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Today, the Library of Congress is welcoming Meg Medina as its first Latina ambassador for young people’s literature. She will hold this title for...

BELatina’s Weekly Recap: Jenni Rivera, Latine Literature, Día de Muertos, and...

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Happy Fri-yay, everyone! We hope that everyone’s week went great and that you have time to enjoy the first weekend of November. How is it...

Jennifer Lopez Co-Authors Her First Children’s Book, ‘Con Pollo,’ Alongside Jimmy...

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Not known to chicken out of anything, Jennifer Lopez and Jimmy Fallon joined forces to teach kids words in the Spanish language. Jennifer Lopez...

Latina Author Adria Cruz Tabor is Reclaiming Latino History Through ‘Love’s...

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Inspired in part by the Southwest’s mixture of cultures, races, languages, and religions, the new fictional book “Love’s Rebirth: A Tejana Story” tells a...

BELatina’s Weekend Recap: Puerto Rican Wins in the Ring, Books by...

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Happy Monday, everyone! We are now entering the final week of September, which makes anyone wonder: Where has the time gone? As usual, we are...

‘Iveliz Explains It All,’ the Children’s Book Written by a Latina...

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This week, the Puerto Rican author Andrea Beatriz Arango released her debut book, “Iveliz Explains It All,” a children's book that focuses on breaking...

Latina Author, Cecile Pineda, Passes Away at 89

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The literary world lost a great one. Cecile Pineda, an acclaimed Latina author, died on August 11th at the age of 89. The news...

Meet Yasmín Ramírez, Author of ‘¡Ándale, Prieta!’, Who Transformed Her Personal...

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Yasmín Ramírez is a talented and acclaimed Latina author who grew up in El Paso, Texas, on the U.S. Mexico border.  Ramírez is a 2021...

Meet Meg Medina, Author of ‘Merci Suarez Can’t Dance’

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Representation matters, especially representation in literature and in books that speak to a new generation of Latinas searching for purpose and longing to be...

‘Woman of Light,’ Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s First Novel Is an Unparalleled Generational...

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After making a name for herself with her first collection of short stories, "Sabrina & Corina," Latina and Native American author Kali Fajardo-Anstine has...

Five Essential Books on Feminism That You Should Read

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"One is not born a woman. One becomes one," wrote existentialist philosopher Simone de Beauvoir in her seminal work on feminism, "The Second Sex."...

Remembering José Martí, the Literary Man Who Started a Revolution

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On April 10, 1892, Cuban intellectual José Martí created the Partido Revolucionario Cubano (PRC). While Martí will always be remembered as a hero and...