10 Dominican Authors to Love and Support in Your Lifetime

Growing up an avid reader, there were very few books that reflected my Dominican-American experience — an experience that’s unique depending on one’s race and class. In the past 20 years, we have seen an influx of Dominicanas in literature. These women put in words the rich culture of Afro-Dominicanidad, tough conversations revolving around race and identity, the generational traumas that consume our beings and the much healing still left to assume.




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