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Afternoon Tertulia: Ricardo Alegria Revisited

Afternoon Tertulia: Ricardo Alegria Revisited

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Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Cost:Free

Join us on November 9th, 2021 @ 6 PM EST, as we host a special BORIMIX Afternoon Tertulia - Ricardo Alegri­a Revisited. Ricardo Alegria was a key figure in the rescue of the historic-colonial complex of Old San Juan. His two biographers, Carmen Dolores Hernandez and Pedro Reina will talk for the first time about his historical impact and revisit his legacy from the critical vantage point of the present. Journalist Ana Teresa Toro will be the moderator.

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