by Susan Muaddi Daraj on MiddleEastEye.net
Our struggle is different to that of our parents, who spent their formative years in Palestine, so how can we make sure our children remain connected to their roots?
by M. Lynx Qualey on MiddleEastEye.net
From scholarly works to fiction, poetry, and cookbooks, this non-exhaustive list of new and forthcoming titles showcases the breadth of contemporary Palestinian writing.
by Elizabeth Méndez Berry and Mónica Ramírez | New York Times
"While we are everywhere in this country, from big cities to small towns, Latinos are largely missing from American media and culture, which makes us vulnerable."--from the article
by Concepción de León | New York Times
On her Apple TV Plus show, Oprah Winfrey interviews "American Dirt" author Jeanine Cummins as well as three Latina writers critical of the book: Julissa Arce, an activist and author of “My (Underground) American Dream”; Esther Cepeda, a syndicated Washington Post columnist; and Reyna Grande, who has written several books about her experience crossing the border, including the memoir "The Distance Between Us."--from the article
by Jennifer De Leon | WBUR.org
"She grew up in Guatemala City. I grew up in a Boston suburb. She could not finish high school in Guatemala. I am a college professor. She hates tests. I do, too."--from the article
by Mark Shanahan | Boston Globe
"In March, just as an exhibition of work by Native American artists was coming together at the Fruitlands Museum, questions cropped up about the ancestry of the show's co-curator."--from the article