Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor launched a new book in which she inspires children to give back to their communities.
Experienced Hollywood screenwriter and producer, Peter Murrieta, published a new historical novel about the famous Mexican outlaw.
OIF Director Deborah Caldwell-Stone told Los Angeles Blade that they’ve been seeing an unprecedented uptick in challenges in the Fall of 2021.
The censorship came due to a demand from the Christian Lawyers association
From Isabel Allende to Arianna Davis.
The poet lived in a number of friends’ and families households throughout her education after her mother was deported when she was 11.
La propietaria, Jeannine Cook, dará una conferencia de prensa coincidiendo con la presentación en el Congreso de un proyecto de ley para aprobar el Día de Harriet Tubman.
Owner Jeannine Cook is also hosting a press conference later this month as a Harriet Tubman Day Bill is being introduced in Congress.
The oldest feminist and LGBTQ+ bookstore in the U.S. has big plans for June.
5 Latina poets and authors that are not afraid to own their identities.
La reforma al sistema de justicia criminal en Estados Unidos necesita contar con voces que han visto las cosas desde adentro.
George M. Johnson’s memoir about his childhood and adolescent experiences was a bestseller.
AL DÍA will give tribute to the Latin American works of the most prominent authors of the past 500 years.
Les presentamos algunos de los títulos más importantes sobre la inmigración que deben estar en su lista de lectura y en su estantería de libros.
Here are some of the most relevant titles on immigration that should be on your reading list and on your bookshelf.
With so much sad news coming from the U.S.-Mexico border, AL DÍA News has selected three books that tell us the immigrant stories that illustrate the humanitarian crisis enveloping the area.
Janet N. Gold arrived in Honduras for the first time in 1971 to teach at the American School. She new almost nothing about the country. Forty years later, she has published a new book about modern Honduran literature.
All across the West, we’re seeing the rise of angry, resentful, nationalist, xenophobic and racist movements — movements made up mostly of low-information voters, says Jason Brennan, professor of Philosophy at Georgetown university, in his book, "Against Democracy".
The United Nations has launched “HERstory,” a book that pays tribute to women’s participation in the development of the global organization.
Writer and activist Darnell L. Moore is in Philadelphia presenting his book, “No Ashes in the Fire,” an autobiography inspired by his traumatic experience growing up black and gay in Camden, New Jersey.
AL DÍA News has selected four books that will provide the leader a closer look into the experience of migration in the United States.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the murder of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy as he campaigned for the presidency.
In Alfredo Corchado’s latest work, "Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration," the author traces the Mexican-American migration story through his own experience and that of three friends he first met in Philadelphia 30 years ago.
In her latest book, California reporter Lauren Markham tells the odyssey of twins Ernesto and Raúl Flores, who fled violence in El Salvador and crossed the border alone to reach the United States.