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HACU president speaks about FUTURE ACT passage at UNCF event in Washington, D.C.

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities President and CEO Antonio R. Flores was a panelist during the “State of the HBCU Address,” luncheon convened by United Negro College Fund on March 3, 2020, in Washington, D.C.

Dover Public Library announces Spanish outreach initiatives

The Dover Public Library, 525 N. Walnut St., recently announced three new Spanish outreach initiatives.

Writer José Jiménez Lozano, 2002 Cervantes Award, dies

The author of ‘La salamandra’, who died at the age of 89, was also awarded the National and Critics' awards

“Las Leyes de la Frontera” by Javier Cercas becomes a film

Director Daniel Monzón will adapt the novel by Cercas, who returns to the cinema after the success of both 'Soldados de Salamina' and 'El Autor'

This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Barnes & Noble

Get to know the best selling books in Spanish through the Barnes & Noble bookstore.

Upcoming Cultural Events at Instituto Cervantes NY

Instituto Cervantes is an institution that was founded by the Spanish government in 1991 to universally promote the Spanish language, its teaching, study and use, as well as develop the quality and visibility of these, and to spread Spanish and Hispanic-American culture.

Peridis, winner of the 2020 Primavera de Novela award for “El corazón con que vivo”

The jury's decision is a clear demonstration of its commitment to the “immense value of reconciliation”.

2020 International Children's Book Day

Ever since 1967, every April 2nd—the day the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen was born—the IBBY has been celebrating the International Children's Book Day, aiming to publicize good books for children and young people, ..

Award-winning Books at the 2020 Cuatrogatos Foundation Awards

The Cuatrogatos Foundation—a non-profit organization founded in Miami by the writers Sergio Andricaín and Antonio Orlando Rodríguez to promote culture and education-...

Spain’s New Bookish Habits Report: 68.6 Percent Reading

Newly data released on trends in Spain’s reading habits shows that among those who don’t read books, ‘lack of time’ is the most frequently asserted reason.

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