While many Latinx/a/o people within the U.S. today are thriving members of their local community, many others face daily living conditions informed by long-held resentments, misinformation, and racism.
Whether you seek ways to actively promote racial justice in support of friends, neighbors, or colleagues, or you identify as Latinx/a/o and seek educational resources, support, or wish to report a bias incident, we can play a part in stopping anti-Latinx/a/o bias and racism.
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The resources below include off-campus resources that Columbia is neither affiliated with nor explicitly endorses. This list is intended only to inform students of resources available to them in the broader community.
The books listed below are only a small sample of books available from Columbia Libraries on this topic. Please consult with a Columbia reference librarian for additional resources.
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- A Conversation with Latinos on Race
- A Conversation with Dr. Cornel West: The Shared History of African American and Latinx People
- Conversation: Anti Blackness in Latinx/a/o Community
- Latino Americans on PBS
- Understanding and Measuring Bias Victimization Against Latinos
- Why We Use 'Latinx': Fusion Spanish 101
- Gringa! | Kat Fajardo
- Greenzine | Cristy Road
- Hey Mexican! | Bianca Ortiz
- High St. Este de Oakland : Tierra de Lucha y Limones | Brenda Montaño
- Housewife turned assassin by Dani and Sisi
- Malcriada: On abuse, assimilation and [email protected] identity | Suzy X
- Skinned heart: A personal zine | Nyky Gomez