Some Girls
A Journey of Self Discovery for Latina Girls

Some Girls - A Journey of Self Discovery for Latina Girls
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Amanda

Thank you for this intimate look into Latinidad identity for women. I especially appreciated the historical context that was provided and the inclusion of African descended peoples who have contributed to what it means to be Latino for centuries! This is refreshing but also a call to action ...Read more

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