11 Must-Read Books by Latinas in Honor of Women’s History Month

For many of us, March isn’t just another month but the celebration of Women’s History Month! While we should be uplifting the history, accomplishments, and contributions of women every day, it’s important that women—especially Latinas—take center stage in a world that wasn’t designed to always include us. The publishing industry, which has unsurprisingly been white

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Photo: Seal Press; Quill Tree Books; Flatiron Books

Infinite Country Cover

Photo: Simon & Schuster

Garcia Girls Cover

Photo: Algonquin Books of Chapel

Dominicana Cover

Photo: Flatiron Books

Olga Dies Dreaming Cover

Photo: Flatiron Books

Letters to My Mother Cover

Photo: Groundwood Books

House on Mango Street Cover

Photo: Vintage

The Poet X Cover

Photo: Quill Tree Books

A Cup of Water Cover

Photo: Beacon Press

Prayers for the Stolen Cover

Photo: Random House Publishing Group

The Undocumented Americans Cover

Photo: One World

For Brown Girls Cover

Photo: Seal Press

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