La mujer y las raíces afrocaribeñas como protagonistas

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25ta FIESTA BORICUA La primera jornada de actividades de la vigésimo quinta Fiesta Boricua dieron comienzo a horas...

EN CHICAGO ME SENTÍ COMO EN LOIZA

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Columna de Alcaldesa de Loiza,  Hon. Julia M. Nazario Nuestra reciente visita a Chicago para participar en la famosa...

Government of & by the people: Remembering Angelo Falcón and his advocacy for Latino...

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The sudden death of Angelo Falcón, president of the National Institute for Latino Policy, leaves New York without one of its most tireless, passionate...

‘José López Day’ declared in Holyoke in honor of activist’s visit to city

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by Michelle Williams, MASSLive HOLYOKE -- For his work within and on behalf of the Puerto Rican community, activist Jose López was honored in City...

A Decaying Boricua Diaspora

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Feature Photo by Geno Rodriguez We are from “allá afuera.” As such, we inhabit a nebulous and intangible world in the imagination of those who...

Lorain High School band tapped for Chicago Puerto Rican People’s Parade

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By Richard Payerchin, The Morning Journal The Lorain High School Titans Marching Band will make a trip to Chicago to march in that city’s annual Puerto Rican day...

TRAUMA IN ONE OF THE COLONIES WITHIN THE AMERICAN EMPIRE

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By W. F. SANTIAGO VALLES, PH.D.Emeritus Associate Professor, Western Michigan UniversityVisiting Lecturer: University Of Michigan-DearbornVisiting Lecturer: National University of Senegal-Dakar

From Despair to Hope: 40 Years After the ‘Division Street Riots’

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Special Message by Alderman Billy OcasioOn June 12, 1966, the Puerto Rican community experienced one of the most important urban upheavals in...

Shifting The Map Post-Maria: Estimates of Puerto Rican Arrivals Stateside by Age & State

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A la luz de la devastación causada por el huracán María, el Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños de la Universidad de la Ciudad de Nueva...