Monthly Archives: June 2017

I decided to read more classic books by Latinx authors to strengthen my connection with my community.

The first time I actively remember reading a book by a Latinx author was the summer of sixth grade. I had been placed in an advanced summer program thanks to my good grades in English. My class has been assigned The house on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, and I …

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5 classic books to read on a long flight

I describe the flight economy as time travel. I suspect all of you who regularly yawn and contort towards the Antipodes understand what I mean. Time passes behind the crust of the fuselage, the cabin pressurizes itself and, upon disembarking, it is yet several hours ahead of your internal clock …

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