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Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers, Juliet Menéndez

Label
Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers
Title
Latinitas
Title remainder
celebrating 40 big dreamers
Statement of responsibility
Juliet Menéndez
Creator
Author
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"A celebration of Latinas and Latin American women who followed their dreams, with portraits and short bios"--
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Biography type
collective biography
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Menéndez, Juliet
Dewey number
920.72
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Hispanic American women
  • Women
  • Hispanic American women
  • Women
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers, Juliet Menéndez
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 84-101)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (writer, scientist, and philosopher) México 1651-1695 -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla (military leader) Perú and Bolivia 1780-1862 -- Policarpa Salavarrieta (spy) Colombia 1795-1817 -- Rosa Peña de González (teacher and founder of schools) Paraguay 1843-1899 -- Teresa Carreño (pianist, composer, and conductor) Venezuela 1853-1917 -- Zelia Nuttall (archaeologist) México and United States 1857-1933 -- Antonia Navarro (topographical engineer) El Salvador 1870-1891 -- Matilde Hidalgo (doctor and councilwoman) Ecuador 1889-1974 -- Gabriela Mistral (writer, educator, and diplomat) Chile 1889-1957 -- Juana de Ibarbourou (poet, writer, and teacher) Uruguay 1895-1979 -- Pura Belpré (librarian, puppeteer, and writer) Puerto Rico 1903-1982 -- Gumercinda Páez (teacher, playwright, and congresswoman) Panama 1904-1991 -- Frida Kahlo (artist) México 1907-1954 -- Julia de Burgos (poet) Puerto Rico 1914-1953 -- Chavela Vargas (singer) Costa Rica and México 1919-2012 -- Alicia Alonso (ballerina) Cuba 1920-2019 -- Victoria Santa Cruz (dancer, choreographer, and poet) Perú 1922-2012 -- Claribel Alegría (writer and activist) Nicaragua and El Salvador 1924-2018 -- Celia Cruz (singer) Cuba 1925-2003 -- Dolores Huerta (activist) México 1930-present -- Rita Moreno (dancer, actress, and singer) Puerto Rico 1931-present -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva (artist) Brazil 1935-1974 -- Mercedes Sosa (singer and activist) Argentina 1935-2009 -- Isabel Allende (writer) Chile 1942-present -- Susana Torre (architect) Argentina 1944-present -- Julia Alvarez (writer) Dominican Republic 1950-present -- Sandra Cisneros (writer) México and United States 1954-present -- Sonia Sotomayor (US Supreme Court justice) Puerto Rico 1954-present -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum (peace activist) Guatemala 1959-present -- Mercedes Doretti (forensic scientist and activist) Argentina 1959-present -- Sonia Pierre (activist) Haiti and Dominican Republic 1963-2011 -- Justa Canaviri (chef, television host, and activist) Bolivia 1963-present -- Evelyn Miralles (virtual reality engineer) Venezuela 1966-present -- Selena Quintanilla (singer) México and United States 1971-1995 -- Berta Cáceres (activist) Honduras 1971-2016 -- Serena Auñón (surgeon and astronaut) Cuba and United States 1976-present -- Wanda Díaz Merced (inventor and astrophysicist) Puerto Rico 1982-present -- Marta Vieira da Silva (soccer star) Brazil and Sweden 1986-present -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (congresswoman and activist) Puerto Rico 1989-present -- Simone Biles (Olympic gymnast) United States and Belize 1997-present -- More Latinitas -- Leona Vicario (leader in Mexican independence) México 1789-1842 -- Petronila Angélica Gómez (educator, feminist, and writer) Dominican Republic 1883-1971 -- Hermelinda Urvina (first woman pilot in South America) Ecuador 1905-2008 -- Eva Perón (political leader) Argentina 1919-1952 -- Mirabal sisters (activists) Dominican Republic 1924-1960 -- Sylvia Mendez (first Latino to integrate in schools) México and United States 1936-present -- Gloria E. Anzaldúa (writer, philosopher, and activist) México and United States 1942-2004 -- Sara Gómez (filmmaker) Cuba 1943-1974 -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet (first woman president in Latin America) Chile 1951-present -- Gloria Estefan (musician and producer) Cuba 1957-present -- Ellen Ochoa (astronaut) México and United States 1958-present
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla -- Policarpa Salavarrieta -- Rosa Peña de González -- Teresa Carreño -- Zelia Nuttall -- Antonia Navarro -- Matilde Hidalgo -- Gabriela Mistral -- Juana de Ibarbourou -- Pura Belpré -- Gumercinda Páez -- Frida Kahlo -- Julia de Burgos -- Chavela Vargas -- Aicia Alonso -- Victoria Santa Cruz -- Claribel Alegría -- Celia Cruz -- Dolores Huerta -- Rita Rosita Moreno -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva -- Mercedes Sosa -- Isabel Allende -- Susana Torre -- Julia Alvarez -- Sandra Cisneros -- Sonia Sotomayor -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum -- Mercedes Doretti -- Sonia Solange Pierre -- Justa Canaviri -- Evelyn Miralles -- Selena Quintanilla -- Berta Cáceres -- Serena Auñón -- Wanda Díaz-Merced -- Marta Vieira da Silva -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- Loren Zoe Hernandez -- Leona Vicario -- Petronila Angélica Gómez -- Hermelinda Urvina -- Eva Perón -- Mirabal sisters -- Sylvia Mendez -- Sara Gómez -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet -- Gloria Estefan -- Ellen Ochoa
Control code
on1201692885
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
102 pages
Isbn
9781250234629
Lccn
2020022083
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1201692885
Label
Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers, Juliet Menéndez
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 84-101)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (writer, scientist, and philosopher) México 1651-1695 -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla (military leader) Perú and Bolivia 1780-1862 -- Policarpa Salavarrieta (spy) Colombia 1795-1817 -- Rosa Peña de González (teacher and founder of schools) Paraguay 1843-1899 -- Teresa Carreño (pianist, composer, and conductor) Venezuela 1853-1917 -- Zelia Nuttall (archaeologist) México and United States 1857-1933 -- Antonia Navarro (topographical engineer) El Salvador 1870-1891 -- Matilde Hidalgo (doctor and councilwoman) Ecuador 1889-1974 -- Gabriela Mistral (writer, educator, and diplomat) Chile 1889-1957 -- Juana de Ibarbourou (poet, writer, and teacher) Uruguay 1895-1979 -- Pura Belpré (librarian, puppeteer, and writer) Puerto Rico 1903-1982 -- Gumercinda Páez (teacher, playwright, and congresswoman) Panama 1904-1991 -- Frida Kahlo (artist) México 1907-1954 -- Julia de Burgos (poet) Puerto Rico 1914-1953 -- Chavela Vargas (singer) Costa Rica and México 1919-2012 -- Alicia Alonso (ballerina) Cuba 1920-2019 -- Victoria Santa Cruz (dancer, choreographer, and poet) Perú 1922-2012 -- Claribel Alegría (writer and activist) Nicaragua and El Salvador 1924-2018 -- Celia Cruz (singer) Cuba 1925-2003 -- Dolores Huerta (activist) México 1930-present -- Rita Moreno (dancer, actress, and singer) Puerto Rico 1931-present -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva (artist) Brazil 1935-1974 -- Mercedes Sosa (singer and activist) Argentina 1935-2009 -- Isabel Allende (writer) Chile 1942-present -- Susana Torre (architect) Argentina 1944-present -- Julia Alvarez (writer) Dominican Republic 1950-present -- Sandra Cisneros (writer) México and United States 1954-present -- Sonia Sotomayor (US Supreme Court justice) Puerto Rico 1954-present -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum (peace activist) Guatemala 1959-present -- Mercedes Doretti (forensic scientist and activist) Argentina 1959-present -- Sonia Pierre (activist) Haiti and Dominican Republic 1963-2011 -- Justa Canaviri (chef, television host, and activist) Bolivia 1963-present -- Evelyn Miralles (virtual reality engineer) Venezuela 1966-present -- Selena Quintanilla (singer) México and United States 1971-1995 -- Berta Cáceres (activist) Honduras 1971-2016 -- Serena Auñón (surgeon and astronaut) Cuba and United States 1976-present -- Wanda Díaz Merced (inventor and astrophysicist) Puerto Rico 1982-present -- Marta Vieira da Silva (soccer star) Brazil and Sweden 1986-present -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (congresswoman and activist) Puerto Rico 1989-present -- Simone Biles (Olympic gymnast) United States and Belize 1997-present -- More Latinitas -- Leona Vicario (leader in Mexican independence) México 1789-1842 -- Petronila Angélica Gómez (educator, feminist, and writer) Dominican Republic 1883-1971 -- Hermelinda Urvina (first woman pilot in South America) Ecuador 1905-2008 -- Eva Perón (political leader) Argentina 1919-1952 -- Mirabal sisters (activists) Dominican Republic 1924-1960 -- Sylvia Mendez (first Latino to integrate in schools) México and United States 1936-present -- Gloria E. Anzaldúa (writer, philosopher, and activist) México and United States 1942-2004 -- Sara Gómez (filmmaker) Cuba 1943-1974 -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet (first woman president in Latin America) Chile 1951-present -- Gloria Estefan (musician and producer) Cuba 1957-present -- Ellen Ochoa (astronaut) México and United States 1958-present
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla -- Policarpa Salavarrieta -- Rosa Peña de González -- Teresa Carreño -- Zelia Nuttall -- Antonia Navarro -- Matilde Hidalgo -- Gabriela Mistral -- Juana de Ibarbourou -- Pura Belpré -- Gumercinda Páez -- Frida Kahlo -- Julia de Burgos -- Chavela Vargas -- Aicia Alonso -- Victoria Santa Cruz -- Claribel Alegría -- Celia Cruz -- Dolores Huerta -- Rita Rosita Moreno -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva -- Mercedes Sosa -- Isabel Allende -- Susana Torre -- Julia Alvarez -- Sandra Cisneros -- Sonia Sotomayor -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum -- Mercedes Doretti -- Sonia Solange Pierre -- Justa Canaviri -- Evelyn Miralles -- Selena Quintanilla -- Berta Cáceres -- Serena Auñón -- Wanda Díaz-Merced -- Marta Vieira da Silva -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- Loren Zoe Hernandez -- Leona Vicario -- Petronila Angélica Gómez -- Hermelinda Urvina -- Eva Perón -- Mirabal sisters -- Sylvia Mendez -- Sara Gómez -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet -- Gloria Estefan -- Ellen Ochoa
Control code
on1201692885
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
102 pages
Isbn
9781250234629
Lccn
2020022083
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1201692885

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