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In “La Busqueda,” or the Search of Building Bridges

Let’s admit it,  praise is a priceless gift that bestows upon the recipient a sense of accomplishment and commends the giver for selflessly recognizing how others compliment their purpose. Recently, a fellow member of the Latinas Leadership Network  “LLN”, Inés Mato who is the founder of La Busqueda, or the search,  reached out to us after […]

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My Top Ten Latino Songs on Google Play Music

It has been some time since I compiled a list of my favorite Latino Songs so here is my latest playlist; keep in mind this only reflects my favorite songs at the moment and not any top ten list on the internet. If you would like to share a playlist please email us info@palantelatino.com. Here […]

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Puerto Ricans in the fields on Maui, circa 1920. In the plantation camps where laborers lived, managers segregated them by nationality.

Manuel O. Sanchez: Puerto Rican Civil Rights Activist

On March 2, 1917 the United States enacted the The Jones–Shafroth Act granting U.S. citizenship to Puerto Ricans. However, Puerto Ricans that had migrated to Hawaii, by then an already U.S. territory, were not recognized as U.S. Citizens until later that year. In 1899 Puerto Rico was hit by a  devastating hurricane by the name of San […]

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