Books abound inside SWU’s Librotraficante-founded library

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1340942335Diana Lopez, who will be directing the Underground Library, sees the venue as “a space of truth,” one where people can come in and learn the facts about their heritage and feel safe. “Not many libraries are based around social justice,” says Lopez, who says she was shocked that the majority of people she encountered in Arizona did not even know their state had yanked the books from the classroom when she first got involved with Librotraficante… READ MORE

Curandera, by Carmen Tafolla, 30th Anniversay Edition...part of the Librotraficante Library

Curandera, by Carmen Tafolla, 30th Anniversay Edition…part of the Librotraficante Library

                        Visit the Southwest Workers Union site at: http://www.swunion.org

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One comment on “Books abound inside SWU’s Librotraficante-founded library

  1. […] classes as a teaching artist. She was also a poet contributor and banned book reader of the The Librotraficante Events held in San Antonio, Texas. Valenzuela is working on her first book and is the editor of The […]

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