9 Books That Bring The Afro-Latino Experience To The Forefront
Afro-Latino literature has come a long way from its days of relative invisibility.
Afro-Latino scribes like bestselling authors Junot Díaz and Veronica Chambers have captured the voices of their community on paper, ushering Afro-Latino literature out of a history of invisibility within a nation that continues to grapple with the inextricable identity of black Latinos.
While several works have spanned decades as others are making their way out of oblivion, the titles featured on this list speak to the necessity of an ever-growing group of Afro-Latino writers committed to pushing the narrative of their community beyond the limits of underrepresentation.
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