After years of direct resistance to the city's urban renewal plans, the YLO's efforts to avoid the displacement of Puerto Ricans
in Lincoln Park came to no avail.
Earlier studies (based on cancer data from 20-30 years ago) showed that the incidence rates for all sites combined and several major types of cancer (prostate, breast, lung, and colon-rectum) were lowest in island Puerto Ricans
, followed by mainland Puerto Ricans
and then U.S.
Patria Aran Gosnell, was a doctoral student whose dissertation focused on the maladjustments which Puerto Ricans
experienced vis-a-vis their migration experience to New York.
On August 28, 2018, the Puerto Rican
government released the official death toll: 2,975.
In a report, FEMA noted that it hadn't anticipated how much food and water Puerto Ricans
would need and how long it would take to ship supplies to the island.
The direct and swift rebuke from Trump's Florida allies demonstrated the significance of the Puerto Rican
voters in a state where races are often decided by slim margins.
reliably vote for Democrats in states like New York, Connecticut, and Illinois, but not necessarily in Florida, where Hispanic and Spanish-speaking Republican politicians have had success over the years in Latino communities.
The majority of Puerto Ricans
lived a precarious existence.
In July 1994 Juan Mari Bras, the former leader of the Puerto Rican
Socialist Party, went to the U.S.
By offering valuable details on relatively neglected Puerto Rican
anarchism, this well researched book adds an interesting new dimension to the growing literature on transnational and non-Eurocentric anarchist movements and thus new bases for understanding how and why anarchist militancy emerges and flourishes (or not) in widely diverse settings.
The Puerto Rican
Bar Association of Florida, Inc., (PRBAR-FL) has set its inaugural convention and Third Annual Moot Court Competition for October 10-12 at the Holiday Inn Lake Buena Vista.
It is at this point that del Moral shifts her comparison of Puerto Rican
schooling experiences and argues that Puerto Ricans
were marginalized within schools and the larger society in similar ways that Hawaiians, Filipinos, and black Americans were during the first half of the twentieth century.