Check out Access Services' Hispanic Heritage Book exhibition. The featured books, ranging from history, social and political movements (ie. the Grape Strike and Chicano Movement), classic Latin American novels in both English and Spanish (ie. One Hundred Years of Solitude, House on Mango Street), contemporary LatinX novels (Cantoras, I am not your perfect Mexican Daughter), some memoirs (ie. My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor), stories of migration and the US policy, art, movies (CHE, Selena) and more.
The display will be up through October 15th near the Circulation Desk and the west entrance.
Also check out our online resources with Fondren's Hispanic Studies Libguides and of course from the Library of Congress site: National Hispanic American Heritage Month 2021 (hispanicheritagemonth.gov)