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Remembering Pura Belpré, New York’s First Latina Librarian, a Proud Puerto...

A few weeks ago, the Association for Library Services to Children announced this year’s Pura Belpré Awards, naming Carlos Hernandez, the author of Sal...

Writing Your Latino Story: How Not to Pull an American Dirt

Have you been following the controversy over American Dirt? If not,you should — it’s a textbook lesson in creating social justice impact through social...

“Writing My Latino Novel” is the Social Media Response to American...

Nowadays, no opinion thermometer is more accurate than social networks. Especially Twitter, where the hottest debates can even determine a White House presidency. This time...

How Two Women Transformed a Journey into the Most Important Record...

When we talk about the road trip phenomenon in the United States, our minds immediately turn to Route 66, to Jack Kerouac, and to...

Brazil Opens Its Doors to Black Feminist Literature

In the midst of the rise of the so-called Third Feminist Wave, literature and art have been fundamental means for the transmission of challenges...

The Moth Honors Writer and Cultural Critic Roxane Gay Tomorrow at...

Author Roxane Gay is the guest of honor for the 2019 Moth Ball, where she will be receiving the Moth Award for the bravely...

5th Annual Bay Area Book Festival Brings in Strong Cast of...

The Bay Area Book Festival, which wrapped up over the weekend, was a two-day event that included hundreds of speakers and authors, pulling in...

Meet Martín Murillo Roberto Gómez: The One-Man, Mobile Librarian that Brings...

More than anything, Martín Murillo Roberto Gómez wants to be remembered as being useful to society. A fact that inspired the Colombian street vendor...

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