Crimson staff writer

Sarah M. Rojas

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‘I’m Not Broken’ Review: A Commentary on the Power of Community in Personal Success

While many may read Jesse Leon’s ‘01 memoir ‘I’m Not Broken’ as the story of one person tackling the immense adversity of his life, Leon ultimately offers a much different perspective, reminding readers to express gratitude for the impact of community support on their lives.


‘Customs’ Review: Examining Immigrant Adversity through Complicated Verse

In “Customs,” Solmaz Sharif examines the American immigrant experience: “to exist in the nowhere of the arrival terminal” — to completely leave one’s people and home behind, but never arrive at an accepting culture.


‘Wild Tongues Can’t Be Tamed’ Review: Dismantling the Latinx Spectrum

It’s only right that a book uncovering Latinx identity comes in the form of multiple authors, representing the beautiful diaspora of color, language, race, gender, and identity that contributes to the mosaic of America’s Latinx community.