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The Little Latino Brownstone Bookstore

Tucked under the stairs of a brownstone in Spanish Harlem, also known as El Barrio, is a place where locals and Frida Kahlo disciples alike can feel right at home. La Casa Azul Bookstore is the only independent literature hub of this vibrant Latin American neighbourhood, the first in New York with an emphasis on Latino culture and always up for being a charming host to community events and programs every chance it gets…\

Founder Aurora Anaya-Cerda is a former middle school English teacher, recently recognised by The White House as a ‘Champion of Change’, based on her pioneering efforts as an entrepreneur who used crowdfunding to start her small bookstore.

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