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The purpose of the Latino Caucus Round Table is to advocate for Latino and Spanish-speaking patrons at all types of libraries.

Membership in the Latino Caucus Round Table is open to any TLA member. Join us today!

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LCRT 2021-22 OFFICERS
The Latino Caucus Round Table is delighted to announce the 2021-22 officers!

2021-2022 OFFICERS

  • Chair: Priscilla Suarez (McAllen Public Library)
  • Chair-elect: Jennifer Jimenez (Del Mar College)
  • Past-chair: Ana Frade (Houston Public Library)
  • Secretary & Treasurer: Vickie Glass (Duncanville Public Library)
  • Councilor: Norma Fultz (Rio Grande City Library)
  • Councilor alternate: Carmen Lazo (Pflugerville Public Library)
  • Webmaster: Christina Salazar (Mesquite ISD)
  • Social media manager: Sara Montoya Hernandez (McAllen Public Library)

2021-2022 OFFICER BIOS AND CONTACT INFO

LCRT AT TLA CONFERENCES 

ADVOCACY

Statements and Resolutions

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES 

Bilingual reading list for ages 5-12

REFORMA Recommends: Books for Children

REFORMA Recommends: Books for Teens & Adults

ArtePublico Press 

Cinco Books 

Pura Belpré Award – The Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth.

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