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The Puerto Rican Diaspora: Themes in the Survival of a People

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This book is the product of a three-year effort, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (1979-1982). The documentary depicts the Puerto Rican Migratory experience with photographs and excerpts from more than 140 taped interviews conducted in 34 Puerto Rican communities throughout the US mainland, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Consisting of 192 pages with 231 ...more
Hardcover, 191 pages
Published January 13th 2007 by Frank Espada (first published 2007)
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Nick Gomez
Oct 10, 2016 Nick Gomez rated it it was amazing
I had the good fortune to meet Frank and actually purchase a copy of this book from him. I originally saw his photographs at the Mission Cultural Center and was impressed by the inclusion of The Puerto Rican's in Hawaii, and could validate that the diaspora was all inclusive.
Frank's photographs are an important record of a culture at a specific time and place. All Puerto Rican's owe a debt to Frank for his tireless effort to record our history.
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