Defend Bilingual Education

Diana Caballero Papers, 1967-1999

National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights' Labor Task Force flyer defending bilingual education and criticizing International Brotherhood of Teamsters Union President Jackie Presser for an incendiary statement that "Latinos are to blame for the U.S. crisis ridden social and economic state of affairs," Brooklyn, NY, ca. 1985. The National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights, founded in the South Bronx in 1981, was an all-volunteer, grassroots, activist organization that strived for equality in United States' society and an end to discrimination for Puerto Ricans.


Date
circa 1985, Date accepted
Creator
Diana Caballero
Location

110 Livingston St. Brooklyn, NY

Language
English, Spanish
Document Type
Document: leaflets
Identifier
DiCa_b13_f06_0004
Related Keywords
Bilingual education
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights
Related Places
Brooklyn (is referenced)
Citation
Diana Caballero Papers, 1967-1999. Defend Bilingual Education: DiCa_b13_f06_0004. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 18 Sep 2019.
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Repository
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