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The Best Latinx Swag to Shop for Back to School

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We’re in full back-to-school mode over here! While parents are likely covered with the basics like pencils and crayons, backpacks, and back-to-school outfits, we’re also thinking about having some fun with our purchases and adding a personal and purposeful touch.

Your kiddos are going to be wearing and using their school supplies constantly, so why not include some things that represent and celebrate who they are? We found some of the most inspiring, fun and positive Latinx school supplies including books, gear and accessories for your kid to rock as they head to school in a matter of days — conveniently right on Amazon. Shouting out your culture is not only self-affirming (it’s a great salute to who you are and where you came from), it also serves as a super motivating way to keep striving for your dreams. Dive into this roundup of the best Latinx back-to-school swag to shop, and let’s keep inspiring our young ones to be proud of their heritage and their goals!

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Latinx Diverse T-Shirt

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Latinx Designs.

Showing off an awesome message of inclusivity is a great thing, so we love that this T-shirt not only says ‘Latinx’ in a variety of skin tones, but if you look a little closer, you’ll notice that the hands are spelling out each letter in sign language. This cotton blend shirt
is available for men and women in sizes small to 3XL, and you have eight different colors to choose from.

Latinx Tee $19.99 on Buy now Sign Up

Harry Potter y la piedra filosofal/ Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

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Salamandra Bosillo.

Harry Potter books may be on their summer reading list, and if you child is bilingual — or learning either English or Spanish — this book
may be a great way for them to dive into this magical, mystical world.

Harry Potter y la piedra filosofal / Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone $13.46 on Buy now Sign Up

“World’s Greatest Mijo” Stickers

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If he’s the greatest son ever, these stickers make total sense: mijo means “my son.” Add these stickers
to his notebook as a little reminder that you’re thinking of him. It may just be the thing to get him through the school day, especially if he’s feeling anxious about heading back to in-person learning.

World's Greatest Mijo Stickers $6.99 on Buy now Sign Up

“Mija” Hoodie Sweatshirt

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Chicana Latinx Afro Latina Women Clothing Co.

Maybe your mija would like to wear her family status loud and proud with this pretty and cozy sweatshirt
. You favorite girl or niece, goddaughter or special girl in your life would love to wear this cotton-blend hoodie as they head back to school.

Mija Hoodie Sweatshirt $31.99 on Buy now Sign Up

Sofia Valdez, Future Prez Book

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Harry N. Abrams.

Little Sofia is a community leader who stands up for what she believes in, and we can definitely get behind that! Your little one will be inspired by the message of this book
but also the colorful artwork and images of Sofia and all her friends! Grab this one as an after-school read, it’s perfect for ages 6-8. From the creators of other The Questioneers picture books, like Iggy Peck, ArchitectRosie Revere, Engineer; and Ada Twist, Scientist.

Sofia Valdez, Future Prez $12.87 on Buy now Sign Up

“Make Jefa Moves” Notebook

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Olivia Bleu Prints

A notebook is a notebook, right? Well, not when it has a cover like this with 100 pages to fill. If the teen in your life is all about creating her own reality, then this stylish notebook
with the tag-line “Make Boss Moves” will surely serve as the inspiration for her to jot down all of her thoughts and ideas.

Make Jefa Moves notebook $4.99 on Buy now Sign Up

Pepe and the Parade Picture Book

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little bee books.

Pepe wakes up excited to celebrate his Mexican-American heritage by participating in a Hispanic Day parade with new food to taste, music to dance to, and a parade to watch. We love that Mexican, Dominican, Panamanian, Colombian, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Chilean, Puerto Rican, Salvadoran, Guatemalan, and Cuban cultures are all represented in the parade. This book
is a joyous read, along with stunning pictures, perfect for ages 4-8.

Pepe and the Parade $12.99 on Buy now Sign Up

Afro Latina Mexicana Poster

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Representation matters, so if you know an Afro Latina Mexicana young girl or teen, this poster
would be perfect for her school locker, bedroom, or even college dorm room. The poster measures 16″ x 24″ and is printed on glossy paper.

Afro Latina Mexicana poster $12.99 on Buy now Sign Up

The Three Little Pigs/ Los tres cerditos Picture Book

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Brighter Stories.

We love this bilingual version
of The Three Little Pigs. This time, the classic tale features both English and Spanish text. Your little one, if not fluent already, will enjoy “huffing and puffing” with the three pigs story while strengthening their reading and language skills.

The Three Little Pigs Los Tres Cerditos Bilingual Storybook $3.99 on Buy now Sign Up

Otomi Journal

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Princeton Architectural Press

We love a promising stretch of blank pages to fill with thoughts and feelings, and this gorgeous journal
features the vibrant and enduring art of the Otomi people, indigenous to central Mexico.

Otomi Journal $18.95 on Buy now Sign Up

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