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    Another Brooklyn follows August as she tells her memories of living in 1970s Brooklyn, New York. It takes on a sobering effect when we realize that August’s life is turned upside down from her mother’s disappearance a...

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Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi is a great book. That goes without saying. It took me 20 mins full of self-reflection to even get over the tornado of emotions that was this book. Within these pages I screamed, cried and...

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The Poet X by Elizabeth Avedo is the story of Xiomara Batiste, an Afro-Latina who is confused and scared of what she is made of and what she has to offer to the world. She is a poet, a person who makes pictures and scenes into smal...

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Make us proud. You can do anything you put your mind to. You can be anything that you want in this world. As long as it goes with what your parents have planned for you. That is what some if not most parents want for their child.

It...

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A/N: If there is anything that I got wrong. Please let me know. I know little to nothing about this topic and mean no harm toward any community that is represented. 

The book by Claire Kann, Let's Talk About Love, shows the cutest...

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A/N: This might be long because I have a lot of thoughts to get through. There is a lot to unpack and I'll try to hit on as many major points as I can. 

I feel like I went into sugar shock while reading the first pages of 'Th...

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Author Lindsay Eager’s debut novel, Hour of the Bees, mixes Latin culture with magic realism, creating a heart-felt reminder of taking pride in our roots. The story’s protagonist Carolina, or ‘Carol’ as she preferred to be ca...