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Library Lunch Hour: Puerto Ricans Organizing in the East Village

Library Lunch Hour: Puerto Ricans Organizing in the East Village


Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies


Grab your lonche and join Centro Library and Archives as we kick off our Library Lunch Hour on October 12, 2021! Susan Klein, the Centro Library and Archives Project Archivist, will be taking us through historical records of community organizing in the Lower East Side in Manhattan. We will also be discussing the importance of how the community reclaimed itself by coming together and making a statement.

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