These 16 Books on Latinx Liberation Are Now Half Off

Lead Photo: Art by Alan Lopez for Remezcla
Art by Alan Lopez for Remezcla
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Thirsty for a new read? Haymarket Books has published several titles on Latinx liberation – and many are available at a discounted price in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

For the next six days, the Chicago-based nonprofit independent book publisher is offering 50 percent off all the books on its Latinx liberation reading list in celebration of the community’s “radical, intersectional history of struggle.”

The list includes publications tackling a series of Latinx battles, from historic movements across Latin America and Latinx communities in the U.S. to ongoing fights like immigration and colonialism in Puerto Rico.

Solito, Solita, a collection of oral histories of young refugees traveling alone from Central America to the U.S., is currently available for $9.98. No One is Illegal, a text debunking popular right-wing ideas about undocumented individuals, is also selling at $9.98 and is available in Spanish. And The Battle for Paradise, which investigates the rise of disaster capitalism in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes María and Irma, can be purchased for $4.98.

There are 16 books on the list in total, and the discount can also be applied to its eBook versions.

Check out the full list over at Haymarket Books.