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The digital inspiration board of Oakland-based audiophile + creative, Lexx Valdez.

Luis Alberto Urrea and Bill Moyers discuss “boxed” books in Tucson, including many of Urrea’s works on Moyers & Company.

Women Hollering Creek by Sandra Cisneros and Always Running by Luis Rodriguez changed my world when I was 12 and the rest of these titles quickly followed. I vow to keep these books in the hands of young people…

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