About the Helen Rodríguez Trías Initiative

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The Helen Rodríguez Trías Initiative addresses the needs of the underserved communities in Chicago. Its goal is to provide linguistically appropriate, culturally relevant, and...

US Government Forced to Postpone NY Grand Jury Hearing Indefinitely

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As almost one dozen cities in the US and Puerto Rico prepared for another round of protest actions for the February 1st grand jury...

Bail Denied to Avelino González Claudio

A federal judge ruled on Tuesday, April 15, that Avelino González Claudio, 65 years old, accused of having participated in a 1983 robbery of...

Over 300 Attend Breast and Cervical Cancer Awareness Event

On Friday, March 14 more than 300 people convened at Rebaño Compañerismo Cristiano Church to honor Latina women in Humboldt Park. The purpose of...

PACHS Graduate Edgar Delgado, Class of ’98, Nominated for MillerCoors Líderes Award!

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Since 2006, MillerCoors Lideres has raised awareness and highlighted the achievements, vision and commitment of leaders within the Hispanic community. Each year since its inception...

You just want to take Oscar with you…

by Sammy Vega Ed. Note: Crime Against Humanity actor Samuel Vega was recently able to visit Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Oscar López Rivera. The play...

Over 250 delight in Mapeyé concert of Corretjer poetry

On April 4th, over 200 people crowded into Casa Puertorriqueña for the National Boricua Human Rights Network’s (NBHRN) annual fundraiser, entitled “Legacies of Corretjer:...

Monologo “Esperando tu regreso” cuenta con apoyo Centro Cultural Puertorriqueño

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por Cristian Roldan, PRCC El pasado viernes 13 de noviembre se llevo a cabo el monólogo "Esperando tu regreso" actuado  por la destacada actriz puertorriqueña...

La Capilla del Barrio Celebrates Oscar López 65th Birthday

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On Sunday, January 6, 2008, La Capilla del Barrio celebrated its annual Three Kings Day service in a special way. This year's Three Kings...

Cause It Might Fade Away: Four Proposals about Retrieval and Closure

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(Editor’s Note: The Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (IPRAC) opened Cause it might fade away on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 in celebration...