Casa Pueblo kept the lights on when most of the island was in darkness.
New York’s Hispanic community became significantly more diverse over the last decade. Yet when you take a look at Hispanic representation in the city’s political landscape, it would seem that Puerto Ricans have the job of speaking for all.
Puerto Rico lost 82,821 people in the last ten years–did they go to New York, or newer enclaves in the US?
In his new book, journalist Edgar Sandoval aims to humanize immigrants.
By Diego Graglia, FI2W web editor Despite the U.S. Latino population’s diversity and widespread presence, certain Hispanic groups have traditionally been associated with specific U.S cities – Mexicans in L.A. and Chicago, Cubans in Miami, Puerto Ricans in New York….