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Cover of "The Country I Call Home" The Country I Call Home:
Stories of Growing Up a Citizen in Every Way but One

By Emma Sepúlveda and Ivon Padilla-Rodriguez
Latino Research Center, 2015 - Price: $24.95

"The Country I Call Home: Stories of Growing Up a Citizen in Every Way but One" showcases 41 first-person essays of undocumented youth known as DREAMers, tied together by the chapters of two immigrants' rights advocates: Emma Sepúlveda Pulvirenti and Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez. Their voices coalesce in The Country I Call Home to form an inspiring series of narratives about the lives of undocumented and immigrant students in the U.S. from all around the world.

Cover of "From Snowcaps to Desert Flats" From Snowcaps to Desert Flats:
An Anthology of Latino Writers in Nevada

Edited By Emma Sepúlveda and Mar Inestrillas
Latino Research Center, 2015 - Price: $24.95

Cover of "Do You Hear My Accent When I Write? Do You Hear my Accent When I Write?
The Voice of a Latina Immigrant

By Emma Sepúlveda and Mar Inestrillas
Black Rock Press, 2007 - Price: $19.95

A collection of the columns that Emma Sepulveda has been writing for the Reno-Gazette Journal during the past 10 years on Latino issues. Quite often she receives letters and emails in response to her column, some of those responses also have been included in this book since they have created a dialogue between the columnist and the readers. Through her opinion column, Sepulveda has invited everybody to openly discuss the issues that affect Latinos and the community at large, but also she speaks of her views on a wide rage of other topics.

The entirety of the proceeds from the sales of "Do You Hear My Accent When I Write: The Voice of A Latina Immigrant" are being donated to the Latino Research Center to promote its mission.

Journal of the Latino Research Center

Border-Lines is an interdisciplinary academic journal dedicated to the dissemination of research on Chicana/o-Latina/o cultural, political and social issues. Border-Lines is a refereed journal that seeks to publish scholarly articles drawn from a variety of disciplines such as anthropology, education, geography, human health, literary and cultural studies, political science, social work and sociology.