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– Ms. Latina takes a stroll down NYC’s Library Walk

CNN will air a two-part documentary on “Latinos in America” in October bought rival shoe seller Zappos for $928 million

An interview with Poet Amira Baraka at the Harlem Book Fair

– Blaming the victim: Parents of 8-year old rape victim disown her

– Hard hitters: Marc Anthony joins Gloria and Emilio Estefan as minority stake holders of the Miami Dolphins

Big Pun Documentary coming in September

– Belinda Acosta author of Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz: A Quinceañera Club Novel (Quinceanera Club), talks to about her mother-daughter story centered around a quinceañera.

Shakira Scoops on She Wolf and Turns Red at Talk of Twilight

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