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Muñoz examines artistic works, arguing for a sense of brownness that is not fixed within the racial and national contours…
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Indigenous Tejanx consciousness digs deep beneath the dystopian headlines in this poetry collection.
Complicates the conversation surrounding poetry in the Americas, above all as it relates to Latinx and queer poetics.
Toro's poetry is steeped in spoken word beats as it addresses issues such as immigration, gun violence and income…
Fifteen writers explore the multiple meanings of a young Latina politician who has already made history.
From picking coffee in the Dominican Republic to reaching icon status as a Major League pitcher in America, here is the…
Afro-Latina Univision news anchor Calderón takes on racism in this fascinating memoir.
A powerful memoir that is tougher, more frightening and more memorable than any of Trejo's films.
Latinos will account for a third of our workforce by 2050, yet Latino executives make up only 4 percent of senior roles…
This revisionist history of the Aztecs explores the experience of a once-powerful people facing the trauma of conquest.…
The unforgettable true story of how a janitor struggling to put food on the table invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos, becoming…
An otherworldly, multigenerational story of a daughter's love and familial culinary legacy.
A searing examination of how colonial oppression, Indigenous resistance and political and economic turmoil have fueled…
De La Torre prophetically outlines the need to decolonize Christianity and reclaim its revolutionary message.
Reveals the rise and transformation of migrant detention through this groundbreaking history of one detention camp.
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