Today I read, “Island Born” by Junot Diaz! I hope you enjoy it! If YOU would like to choose the next book to be read on the Gumdrop Readers Podcast then you can send me an email including your name, age, and book request! Ask an adult to help you send it over to; firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to support the podcast, you can donate at,https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/supportThanks for listening!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/support
Exploring Culture and Education through literature with Junot Diaz - Miami Lit Podcast #9
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Junot Díaz is a Pulitzer prize winning author and professor at MIT. He is a master of prose and takes us on a journey through the Latino immigrant experience. We can proudly name him one of today's best Latino authors in the world. We hope you enjoy this brief interview as much as we have. To Junot: You are an inspiration to us all. Many immigrants do not have the means to expose their arduous experience of going to a new land and living between two cultures. We thank you for enduring your hardships, they empowered you in ways we might not even know yet. [ A Martian in the island might be just what we need... ] Thanks for tuning in. See you soon. [ Subscribe and like for more awesome content 😉 ] ❤ Jenny + Music by Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/sr6l66/ IG: @miamilitmag WWW: https://miamilit.com Facebook: https://fb.com/miamilitmag Twitter: https://twitter.com/miamilitmag Read. Think. Live Free. #maimilitpodcast #miamilitmag #readthinklive--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/miami-lit-podcast/support
This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz (Book Review)
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We read a story from Diaz’s This Is How You Lose Her. So yeah, the author’s history is complicated. We talk about that a lot.44:24 - A Game!58:24 - Final ThoughtsTopgallantRadio.com - Radio for sailors
From New York Times bestseller and Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Díaz comes a debut picture book about the magic of memory and the infinite power of the imagination. “Every kid in Lola's school was from somewhere else. Hers was a school of faraway places.” So when Lola's teacher asks the students to draw a picture of where their families immigrated from, all the kids are excited. Except Lola. She can't remember The Island—she left when she was just a baby. But with the help of her family and friends, and their memories—joyous, fantastical, heartbreaking, and frightening—Lola's imagination takes her on an extraordinary journey back to The Island. As she draws closer to the heart of her family's story, Lola comes to understand the truth of her abuela's words: “Just because you don't remember a place doesn't mean it's not in you.” Gloriously illustrated and lyrically written, Islandborn is a celebration of creativity, diversity, and our imagination's boundless ability to connect us—to our families, to our past and to ourselves.
Ep. 1: Junot Diaz Controversy, Freshwater by Akwaeke Emez
MisRead is a book podcast where we review books, discuss topics and provide social commentary on what's happening today, hosted by Cassie and Jollene. On our first episode, we discuss the viral article penned by Junot Diaz for the New Yorker and the allegations brought against him. We review the sensational debut novel by Akwaeke Emezi "Freshwater" and share what is on our TBR (To be read) list. Connect with us on IG : @thegentlewomenclub Email us your comments at: email@example.com
TRIGGER WARNING: MENTION OF RAPE, SEXUAL HARASSMENT, and ABUSIVE CONTENTThis week we use Junot Diaz's personal history essay in the New Yorker titled, "The Silence: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma" to further explore and discuss the complexities of the cycle of firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter/Instagram: @Knownowpodcast
This week, Dahlia and Amy talk about the latest in this #MeToo movement and what accountability can look like. More and more stories are coming out across industries of those who are abusing their power and we’re beginning to see more claims within the literary world. Last month, Junot Diaz published a heartbreaking account of his own rape, sharing his #MeToo moment. This is in contrast to recent allegations against him as the source of other’s #MeToo stories. Can Junot Diaz reckon with his own history of abuse without further abusing others? Plus Petty Political Pminute and a Golden Girls Amy Vs. Dahlia!