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Before what some scholars refer to as the second wave of Puerto Rican migration; i.e. the...
Imagine you are at the Tritons, “a very modest, small-scale social club” of the Bronx,...
Brooklyn Dreams: My Life in Public Education is the memoir of a diasporican scholar who...

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Sometimes, bochinche is harmless. People talk trash, others listen and think nothing of...
The poetics of the “Broken Souths” in the context of neoliberal economics and its...
Last year (2015), I attended the American Historical Association Convention in New York...
In the middle decades of the twentieth century, New York City’s Black and Latino...
Sometimes, bochinche is harmless. People talk trash, others listen and think nothing of...
Last year (2015), I attended the American Historical Association Convention in New York...
When the Young Lords Organization emerged in Chicago, first as a local street gang in the...
Among the pantheon of transformational musicians in the Caribbean is Ismael Rivera: the...