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Writing Grief into Empty Spaces: Antígona González by Sara Uribe

As October comes to an end, I wanted to write a little bit about one of my favorite books that I picked up for Latinx Heritage Month (September 15- October 15). I chose Antígona González to fill in one of my prompts for Latinx-a-thon and it broke me down, looked me in the eye and… Continue reading Writing Grief into Empty Spaces: Antígona González by Sara Uribe

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Book Review: Dear Haiti, Love Alaine

Alaine Beauparlant is a headstrong Haitian American seventeen year old from Miami, Florida. She's the daughter of one of the most prolific TV reporters in the nation, Celeste Beauparlant and attends the ultra exclusive  Saint Catherine de'Ricci Academy. Her parents are divorced and her mother's skyrocketing career means that Alaine lives with her father, Jules.… Continue reading Book Review: Dear Haiti, Love Alaine