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Sana, Sana: Latinx Pain and Radical Visions for Healing and Justice

Sana, Sana is a witness to the multiple wounds etched into the landscape of Latinx experience and a testimonial to community efforts to heal them. A multi-genre anthology rooted in the deep desire to not only acknowledge and name the various forms of pain and trauma Latinx people experience regularly, but to do so in the service of imagining new futures and ways of being that prioritize healing and justice not just for Latinx people, but for Queer BIPOC communities and, ultimately, for all people. 

The book’s vision and understanding of Latinidad is broad and expansive. It centers Black, Indigenous, Queer, Trans, and Feminist Latinidades. By advancing an unapologetically radical antiracist, anticapitalist, feminist, and queer politic Sana, Sana holds creative and defiant space for identifying economic, social, political, emotional, and spiritual strategies to forge individual and collective healing and justice.



Ricanstruction: Reminiscing & Rebuiliding Puerto Rico is an anthology edited by Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez and featuring his original character La Borinqueña with some of the most iconic comic book heroes of all time from DC: Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, The Flash and many others. Original stories take us to the past to explore the beautiful history of Puerto Rico as well as tales that envision a stronger and rebuilt archipelago.

These short stories remind us all that the true power of being a hero is inside each of us. When we come together as a united people, we will never be defeated!

Proceeds from this anthology go to the continued work to help over 3 million Americans living in Puerto Rico, providing solar-powered lamps, food, clothing and so much more.

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Latinas: Struggles & Protests in 21st Century USA

Compiled and edited by Iris Morales, Latinas: Struggles & Protests in 21st Century USA is a timely collection of poetry and prose reflecting on women’s lived experiences and the ways that Latinas address the relationship between gender and social change. The contributors are poets, activists, educators, artists, and journalists engaged in a variety of work from community organizing to university teaching.


The selections illustrate how Latinas understand the gendered conditions of their lives and discuss inequities faced as women and also by class, race, ethnicity, national origin, and immigration status. They also share imaginings for a different future, dreams of a just world and sisterhood, and more humane ways of living, relating to one another, and organizing societies in harmony with the Earth and the needs of the people.

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