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Raising Multicultural Latino Families In America

Multicultural families are on the rise in the United States creating what the Pew Research Center calls the ‘Modern American Family’. However, if you think about multicultural Latino families, our collective experiences as a community and the fact that we are the most diverse and multicultural group in the United States, you will understand that […]

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Hispanic Heritage: Learning about Immigration through Books

Publisher’s Weekly likens Look Both Ways in the Barrio Blanco, the debut novel of Judith Robbins Ross, to Junie B. Jones/Ramona Quimby if Junie or Ramona had been a Mexican-American girl whose pre-teen concerns included “immigration, culture and language.” It is a good comparison, and I think readers who enjoy those characters will also love Jacinta, whose life takes a major turn when

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Why We Need Hispanic Heritage Month

I am absolutely delighted to be kicking off Multicultural Kid Blogs’ annual Hispanic Heritage Month celebration! This year, we’re doing things a little bit differently; every day, one of our blog members will publish a post on their site celebrating culture from Spain or Latin America. From crafts to books to recipes, you’ll find a

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