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ASPIRA was founded by Puerto Rican Antonia Pantoja in 1961 to counter a high dropout rate by Puerto Rican youth in New York City's high schools. Pantoja emphasized leadership development and community service, as well as a commitment to educational excellence. In 1968, ASPIRA America grew out of the original organization, now know as the ASPIRA Association, with offices in several states and Puerto Rico.
COHP.ACar.2007.05.02.1a
Alice Cardona Interview One, Tape 1, Side A

May 2, 2007; 1930 – 1949; 1940 – 1942; 1957; 1962 – 1970; 1970 – 1978; 1973


COHP.ACar.2007.05.02.1b
Alice Cardona Interview Two, Tape 1, Side B

May 2, 2007; 1930 – 1949; 1940 – 1942; 1957; 1962 – 1970; 1970 – 1978; 1973


COHP.MCan.2007.11.13.1a
María Canino Interview One, Tape 1, Side A

November 13, 2007; 1969 – 1974; 1960 – 1965


FPM.2013.07.09.3
Interview with Federico Perez Marty on July 9, 2013, Segment 3

July 9, 2013; 1963; 1967 – 1968; 1969 – 1971; 1978


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