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- By Vilma Álvarez | June 2, 2022¿Has leído la literatura LGBT+ de América Latina? Si no, te recomendamos esta lista.
- By Camila Franco Diaz, Editor, Language Access & Outreach | September 22, 2021
These infographics—from We Are All Human—offer a great starting point for discussing Latin American identity and experience in the U.S. and…
- By Ruth Rodriguez, Francis Martin Branch Library | September 21, 2021English-language picture book titles that celebrate the different cultures which encompass a heritage that crosses seas, land and borders.
- By Aimé Casillas, Children's Librarian | September 14, 2021
Some reflections from our book club members on the books they read this year and on creating community around words.
- By Lisa Herndon, Managers, Schomburg Communications and Publicity | September 13, 2021Many people of Hispanic descent also have African roots. Explore the Schomburg Center’s collections and Livestream archive to learn more.
- By Camila Franco Diaz, Editor, Language Access & Outreach | September 13, 2021
List of free online resources to help you delve into the many aspects of Latinx & Hispanic history and culture, all free with a library car…
- By Danny Jimenez, Library Information Assistant | September 10, 2021
National Hispanic Heritage Month, taking place between September 15 and October 15, kicks off festivities at the Library that will celebrat…
- By Oscar Vazquez, Office Aide | March 12, 2021
Thanks to centuries of cross-cultural mixing and colonization, Latin American food is a cuisine with Spanish, Portuguese, African and Indig…
- By Paloma Celis Carbajal, Curator for Latin American, Iberian, and U.S. Latino Collections | March 1, 2021Belpré was an enthusiastic advocate for the Spanish-speaking community and shepherded in bilingual story hours...
- By Aimé Casillas, Children's Librarian | October 9, 2020
Literature is built by everyone and belongs to everyone—everyone has a story to tell in their own words and language.